If you haven't already, check out Alex's post detailing some info on Severe Weather Awareness Week! We'll have more on the blog tomorrow!
As for our weather the rest of this week, well... it won't be as pretty as it was today! Clouds roll in tonight (a combination of high clouds to our west and low clouds from the moisture feed from the Atlantic). We'll wake up to mostly cloudy skies with isolated showers (mainly in the favored upslope areas in the SW mountains). Temperatures will be mild through Wednesday with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s.
We'll keep clouds around on Thursday as our weather pattern won't change a whole lot. Isolated to scattered showers will develop through Thursday, then a better chance for rain comes Friday as a cold front sags in from the north. I don't expect severe storms or even many general t-storms on Friday, just scattered showers and a few rumbles of thunder. Temperatures will get close to 70 area-wide through Friday, then it should cool down a bit as the front dips south of us for Saturday and Sunday. The front could linger close enough to our area to act as a focus for showers and t-storms through the weekend, but that is still uncertain. For now I'm keeping a 30% chance of rain for Saturday and a 20% for Sunday, but 60-70% chance for Friday (we're a little more confident about that day's rain!).