Wow! What a swing. We hit a record high of 104 degrees Wednesday afternoon. Saturday we set another record. This time, it was a record low maximum of 69 degrees. The old one was 73 degrees.
The front that started to move through on Wednesday has remained stalled in our general region since. A few different areas of energy have moved along that front. There is one of those areas passing south of us. It has left us stuck in that zone with a cool, northeasterly wind banking up forcing warmer air to rise up and condense over us in the form of rain and drizzle. There will be areas of drizzle and fog through the night and into Sunday before we start to break this pattern.
Clouds will mix with some sunshine as we move through the day Sunday, allowing temperatures to start rebounding. We will notice a real change in the weather pattern Monday as a new front moves our way and kicks highs back up to the 90s ahead of it. There could be scattered showers and thunderstorms later Monday as that front scoots by. The front will move away Tuesday, before a new round of showers or thunderstorms approaches either Wednesday or Thursday.