Lots of quiet weather for the middle of the week. A broad area of high pressure is going to give us a warm Wednesday with a high in the lower 70s. A weak upper level disturbance is producing a few clouds this morning, but those will be gone once the disturbance moves away this afternoon. The wind will start coming out of the southeast tomorrow as the high pressure system moves out to sea. That maritime influence means Thursday will be slightly cooler than today but it should still warm to the upper 60s.

What passes for significant weather this week will be a weak storm moving up the coast on Friday. Up first will be a warm front passing through the city early Friday morning. That should warm us to the mid or upper 70s on Friday. A cold front is sure to follow on Friday night. We may see a few showers Friday afternoon before the front arrives but no significant rainfall is expected.

Saturday should be cool and dry as a new air mass arrives. Look for the high to reach the mid 60s. Lots of sun is expected on Sunday with the high returning to the upper 60s. Temperatures should return to the 70s early next week.