A much drier cooler airmass has moved in from the Great Plains. High clouds from north Mexico will move overhead tonight. Clear skies and cool temperatures will prevail Wednesday and Thursday. Southerly winds will follow the exit of the cool airmass with much warmer temperatures during the weekend. An upper level disturbance approaching from the west may have enough moisture available to it to produce scattered showers Monday.
I'm expecting high cloudiness tonight, low in the upper 40's to around 50. Sunny Wednesday, high in the upper 60's. Clear and cool Wednesday night, low in the low to mid 40's. Partly to mostly sunny Thursday and Friday, high in the low 70's Thursday, the high 70's Friday. Partly to mostly sunny Saturday and Sunday, high in the mid to upper 80's. Partly cloudy Monday with a chance of scattered showers, high in the high 70's. Partly cloudy Tuesday, high in the low 80's.