Today’s weather story from the National Weather Service:
The week ahead
(July 1, 2014) – A cold front will be moving through the County Warning Area (CWA) today and as it moves on to the east and south…it will be taking the precipitation chances with it. Partly cloudy skies will move in behind the departing cold front with west to southwest winds up to 20mph.
Tonight will be dry with low temperatures ranging from the lower 60s in the NW part of CWA to the middle 60s in the SE part of CWA.
A secondary front/upper level trough will move through the CWA tomorrow bringing with it a small chance for some rain. Then high pressure and less humid air will move in for the remainder of the week.