ST. PETERSBURG -- Bay area residents will feel noticeably less humidity around the region Monday.
According to Bay News 9 meteorologist Josh Linker, there will be a mix of sun and clouds Monday as a cold front makes its way through the area, keeping temperatures mild.
Also, there is a slight rain chance Monday.
"We're not going to warm up a lot today," Linker said. "Because of an influx of cool air. The front will dissipate, keeping humidity low."
High temperatures today will be around 70 degrees.
Later this week, however, another front will lower Bay area temperatures.
A cold front will move through the Bay area Wednesday night, creating cold and windy conditions by Thursday morning. High temperatures likely won't reach 60 degrees Thursday afternoon.