After a stormy start, quieter weather is on the way for the overnight. 

Skies will continue to clear as a cold front clears the area. Lows tonight will fall to the upper 50s; highs on Monday will be confined to the low 70s.

A quieter pattern will set in for the duration of the work week, governed by high pressure.

This will lead to some cool mornings, but temperatures will gradually modify each afternoon as the week progresses.

Expect readings to slowly warm through the 70s by Tuesday with mid-80s resuming by Wednesday, lasting through the rest of the week. No significant rainfall is expected, meaning more high fire danger and elevated pollen levels.

The next cold front will approach next weekend with a slight opportunity for rain, but until then expect a mainly dry week.  

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