A cold front will pass through the area on our Monday. This front will bring in just slightly cooler air. Most of the cooling will be noticed during the overnight hours. Most of the air behind this front will be in the form of mild Pacific air. The rain and storms of the last few days will be pushed off to our east with this frontal passage.
We will see a much more stout cold front move into the area later in the week. A more Canadian air backed cold front will pass through the area later on Wednesday and into Thursday morning. This front will bring us back to more seasonable temperatures for both daytime wise and overnight wise. Most of the high temperatures by Friday will be back into the 50s, while most of the overnight lows will drop off into the 30s. We will see a pretty good chance for some more rain and storms with this frontal passage. Some of the storms may be on the strong to heavy side at times.