Curtailing temperatures will make way for a cooler night tonight as we begin our descent to more fall-like temperatures later this week. A SW turning W wind will be present from 10-15 mph, but begin to lessen this evening to around 5 mph. A stray shower is possible as we head to overnight hours, but this would mainly lend itself to more isolated cases and not any widespread areas. Clouds will begin to increase over the next few hours, helping to keep the low tonight in the mid-60s.
— Cardinal Weather Service Forecaster Parker Graber —