A warm front will pass north of the area Friday. This combined with an area of high pressure to our south will help to give us a much warmer end to the work week. We’ll have sunshine and just a few clouds Friday with a southerly breeze developing. Temperatures will rebound from the chilly morning to highs in the lower 60s. We'll have a clear to partly cloudy night Friday night with temperatures dropping back into the 40s.
Saturday will become windy and mild ahead of the next cold front. We will likely have some dim sunshine early the day which will help push temperatures well into the 60s before clouds thicken up. Showers will press into the area from the west to the east during the afternoon. This front will bring a steadier rainfall Saturday night into Sunday. The rain should taper to showers and drizzle Sunday afternoon. It will be a cooler day Sunday with morning temperatures in the 40s to near 50 and temperatures holding steady, if not falling a little during the afternoon. Some places may have some snowflakes mixed in with rain showers later Sunday into Sunday night. Monday will be windy and chilly with variable cloudiness and just some sprinkles and flurries. Highs on Monday will be in the 40s with a wind making it feel colder than that. A shower can not be ruled out on Tuesday; otherwise we’ll be chilly with clouds and sunshine. Highs will be in the middle to upper 40s. The next system will approach the area with an increase in cloudiness followed by the possibility for some rain on Wednesday. It may even be cold enough for a bit of a mix with the start of that system. We’ll know more when time gets closer.