Cool wet weather will likely keep summer away for at least another week, according to the National Weather Service. Showers and possible thunderstorm are expected to roll into the area sometime Monday evening, hanging around until midweek keeping temperatures cool and out of the 90s until the weekend.
Tonight looks to be breezy, cool and a bit wet with a light 15 mph breeze out of the southwest, a low near 54 and a 60 percent chance of light showers which may then turn into thunderstorms around 11 p.m.
Tuesday will likely see a continuation of showers and thunderstorms with a 40 percent chance of precipitation throughout the day keeping the high around 71 during the day and low near 55 at night.
Wednesday should be cloudy with only a 20 percent chance of rain in the morning and afternoon, clearing up in the early to mid-evening with a high around 75 during the day a and a low near 58 at night.
Thursday is forecast to be sunny and breezy with a high near 86 during the day while winds gust up to 15 mph, and a low around 65 at night after the sun sets and the wind dies down.
Friday should be sunny and calm with a high around 95 during the day and a low near 67 at night.