Tonight will be mostly cloudy, with a brief period of showers likely at some point between midnight and sunrise; odds favor closer to sunrise as a cold front moves through the region. The low will be 61, with a south wind of 5-15 mph and gusts possibly reaching 25 mph.
Tomorrow morning, the wind will flip to the northwest early, giving way to partly cloudy skies for the bulk of the day; few clouds should remain by the late afternoon hours, and the high will be near 67. The northwest wind will at least temporarily remain breezy, at 10-15 mph with possible gusts over 20 mph at times. The wind finally will calm down for tomorrow night, with a low near 47, mostly clear skies, and a light northwest wind. That light northwest wind continues into Sunday, with mostly sunny skies and a high around 68.
Going into next week, Monday will be a little on the cool side to start, with a low near 44, but unseasonably cool during the day, with a high only near 59 accompanied by mostly sunny skies. The low will again be 44 and mostly clear for Monday night, before increasing clouds and a chance of afternoon and evening showers Tuesday along with a high near 65 and increasing humidity. Tuesday night, during which rain is likely, will get down only to 62, followed by a chance of showers Wednesday and a high near 78.
Have a great evening!