Fall pays us a brief visit this weekend. A cold front passed by yesterday dropping temperatures and lowering dew points. It’s a fresh cool morning with a mainly clear sky and patchy fog in some of the cooler valleys. We’re in the mid and upper 40s this morning and highs today will max out in the mid and upper 60s, seasonable for the end of September. A second cold front will drop through today thickening clouds and kicking up a few showers this afternoon and evening, Future track data shows showers ending tonight as another shot of cool Canadian air moves in behind the front. Bring the rain gear to high school football games, don’t get caught by surprise when you get hit by a passing shower. No rain is expected tomorrow but it’ll be partly cloudy, very cool and breezy with gusts over 20 MPH and highs in the mid to upper 50s in most areas with some of the bigger towns and cities reaching the low 60s. Saturday will be the coolest day, then temperatures rebound into the upper 60s with plenty of sun Sunday. We rip the September page from the calendar this weekend but it gets very warm again the first week of October with lows in the 40s and highs in the mid 70s.