We warmed to the upper 50s today- near the second warmest of 2020 to date, and tomorrow looks to be even warmer. After lows only in the 40s tonight, expect highs tomorrow to climb into the mid, possibly upper 60s. This means it will be a contender for the warmest of 2020 so far.
The problem, though, is there will be chances for showers and thunderstorms.
For the first time this year, let's break out the Dew Point Tracker. Dew points have been very dry as they normally are in the winter, but will climb to the 40s tonight and into the low, possibly briefly mid 50s midday tomorrow.
This is as a front moves through, so there will be scattered showers and embedded thunderstorms. The sky will clear out later in the day, so some sunshine is possible before sunset.
It will be a clear night into Wednesday morning, though clouds will quickly increase again and more scattered showers will move through. Highs will only be in the 50s and then it's all downhill from there.
We dry out Thursday and Friday with highs only in the 40s and that trend continues through the weekend with highs in the low 50s at best and small chances for precipitation through early next week.