High pressure will maintain fairly quiet weather through early Sunday.

We’re starting off our Sunday with mostly clear skies and lows in the 40s.

Later this afternoon, an intensifying low-pressure system will approach the area leading to moderate to heavy rain and severe thunderstorms.

Late this afternoon and into this evening a warm front will push lift north across the region sparking storms throughout the early evening and overnight hours.

Winds could gust 30-40mph and an isolated 60mph wind gust can’t be ruled out in a severe storm.

While the threat is low, we will also have to watch for a brief tornado.

The storm system will clear out Monday afternoon and colder and drier air will follow for much of next week. Highs on Monday in the upper 60s to near 70.

Then we’ll see temperatures drastically falling into Tuesday. Highs on Tuesday will likely occur after midnight and temperatures in the afternoon only in the mid to upper 40s.

Tonight, mostly clear and chilly. Inland, 42-44, Beaches 49-51

Sunday, partly cloudy, late day t-showers. Highs 64-66