As we approach the evening and overnight hours we begin to really feel the effects of a high-pressure system. Clearing has begun to take place and we will see a relatively cloudless night. Temperatures tonight will seem a little chilly compared to normal as we stay in the low-60’s, even reaching the mid-50’s early tomorrow morning. There is not a real threat of precipitation for the remainder of the day, although we will continue to experience elevated wind speeds for the next few hours.
— Cardinal Weather Service Forecaster Parker Graber —