Dry conditions will start off the workweek with clouds increasing throughout the day on Monday. Highs will be in the mid-50s by the afternoon. A cold front will approach from the West, resulting in showers Monday night into Tuesday. Lows will fall into the mid and upper-40s. Windy weather will be possible with gusts exceeding 30 mph at times. Showers will taper off into Tuesday becoming more isolated in nature. Rainfall will be on the light side. Windy conditions will continue Tuesday with highs rising into the low and mid-60s. Cloudy skies will remain through the mid-week. Another system will swing by Wednesday night into Thursday resulting in another shower chance. Temperatures will dip into the mid to upper-40s Wednesday, but rebound into the 50s by Thursday. Drier conditions move back in Friday under fair skies as temperatures remain in the lower-50s. The weekend is looking calm with temperatures cooling down through the 40s. However, a few models are showing the possibility of showers over the weekend, which could change the forecast in the coming days.