Another dry cold will arrive early Monday morning and pass through without much fanfare. There will be an increase in mid level clouds with the front and temperatures will be knocked down a few degrees again on Monday. A couple of the models indicate a couple sprinkles possible behind the front Monday afternoon but we have don't any mention of measurable rainfall in the forecast.
I think I'll sleep in on that day!
Showers will taper off from west to east on Wednesday as the disturbance moves eastward.
THURSDAY AND ON
Southerly flow brings back warmer temperatures by Thursday with highs in the lower 70s. Another frontal boundary drops down into the region by Friday or Saturday. The boundary will be just north of our area. We will see scattered chances for showers Friday into Saturday with milder than average temperatures.