Canadian high pressure will filter into the area behind our Monday afternoon cold front and produce the coldest temperatures of the season coupled with very dry air decreasing winds and clear skies.
Tonight will be mainly clear and colder with a low of 41 and wind chills in the 30's after midnight.
Tuesday will be sunny, but rather breezy, and unseasonably cool with a high of only 59.
Tuesday night will be clear and cold with lighter winds and a low near 32, but warmer near the water.
Wednesday will be sunny with light winds very dry and pleasant with a high near 60.