A weak boundary moving in Sunday night will provide clouds and a wind shift to the northwest Sunday evening and overnight.
These winds will be lighter than what we had earlier as well between 5 to 10 mph.
We will see lots of sunshine again on Monday with unseasonably warm temperatures in the mid-60s. Wind will be light most of the day and humidity will be slightly higher, so the risk for fire danger decreases a little bit, but is still very much there.
A cold front comes through Monday night, dropping highs to the upper 50s on Tuesday with no moisture associated with it.
Our next chance for precipitation holds off until Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. During that time we have a slight chance for a rain and snow mix.
The rest of the extended forecast looks dry and seasonally mild.
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