Despite a little more cloud cover, expect temperatures to run a little warmer Tuesday in part due to a little more moisture being available and the overall modification of the airmass that settled in behind the front last week. Temperatures will still run generally around, if not slightly below, normal for mid-May, with cooler air at the coast keeping highs at the beaches in the 70s.
Despite high pressure continuing to build across the area, one cannot totally rule out a shower or two developing on the southern extent of the ridge. The better rain chances will be south of us, but a few sprinkles aren’t out of the question. All in all, the vast, vast majority of us stay dry tomorrow — and we’ll stay that way through at least early next week.