Patchy fog in the morning will give way to partly sunny skies on Tuesday. Breezy conditions will persist with highs in the upper-60s and lower-70s. We will continue to see clouds clearing overnight, which will allow temperatures to drop into the low and mid-40s. Some pockets of upper-30s cannot be ruled out. High pressure will dominant the weather pattern Wednesday through Friday with mostly sunny skies expected. Highs will be in the mid-70s during this time. At night, temperatures will continue to dip into the 40s, meaning you may need a jacket leaving the house, but not when you are heading home. Temperatures will continue in the 70s over the weekend. Clouds will increase Saturday as a low pressure system lifts up the East Coast. Showers could develop late Saturday and continue into Sunday. Models are still in disagreement about the timing and the track of the system, therefore things could change in the coming days. As of now, showers look to linger into Monday under mostly cloudy skies.