High pressure brought a sunny but chilly day to our area. The high will give us a clear and cold night before a slow warming trend begins Tuesday. Highs will reach the upper 50s under partly cloudy skies. We could see a few sprinkles near the coast but most locations will remain dry. Even warmer air will surge into the area the middle of the week. Many communities away from the coast could see lower to middle 70s by Thursday. The next chance for significant rain will be late Thursday night and Friday.
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