High pressure will move to the west today with plenty of sunshine to start off Tuesday. Temperatures will climb into the upper-70s, close to 80. Clouds will filter in as the day goes on and a cold front approaches the region. Breezy conditions are likely as the front moves through and a passing shower cannot be ruled out. Behind the front we can expect cooler temperatures on Wednesday with highs in the mid-50s despite plenty of sunshine. Wednesday night expect temperatures to fall into the upper-20s and lower-30s, with patchy frost possible and some areas could see a light freeze. Mostly sunny skies continue Thursday as temperatures rise into the mid-60s. By Friday, we can see temperatures in the mid-70s with partly sunny skies. Another cold front will swing through on Saturday and bring another chance for showers. Mostly cloudy skies are expected and temperatures in the lower-70s. Drier weather and partly sunny skies make a comeback for the end of the weekend into early next week. High temperatures will be in the mid-70s Sunday followed by upper-60s Monday.