Clouds continue to hang thick through our Tuesday after quite the gloomy start to our workweek. A warm front has been continuing to push into the region and that has brought the cloud cover as well as southerly winds. This warm front finally swings through Siouxland today and will help us climb back into the 50s later on this afternoon, with some us across NE Siouxland staying in the upper 40s. Patchy fog as well as areas of drizzle will be possible, especially early on in the day. Tonight brings a clearing trend though as the trailing cold front moves, with high pressure building in behind in. This will give an abundance of sunshine for our Wednesday with highs falling back toward the upper 40s and lower to mid 50s. Another warm front approaches Thursday and that will give us another breezy day but highs look to top out fairly close to average. That boundary pushes in Friday allowing us to climb back into the 50s, toward 60° with a few spotty showers possible. The cold front associated with that low pressure then drops in as we step into Saturday, dragging cooler air along with it. Highs look to cool back down into the 40s by the weekend as high pressure regains control. This will give us sunny skies through the start of the workweek. Clouds then start to build in yet again as another system begins to approach which could give us some showers by next Tuesday.