Tonight we will be partly cloudy, but it will be chilly as our low temperatures will be falling into the lower and middle 30s.
Tomorrow will feature intervals of clouds and sunshine with highs in the 50s. This means that it will be rain-free for the Curve opener, but you will need the jacket. The next front will bring us increasing clouds on Friday with some showers around during the afternoon. Highs on Friday reach into the lower and middle 60s. Behind this front, Saturday will feature a mix of clouds and sunshine. It will stay relatively mild for the Blue-White game with highs getting well into the 60s. This will feel quite warm in the sun during the game. The weather will not stay nice for the entire weekend as the next disturbance will return clouds on Sunday and rain will develop. This will help to keep temperatures from rising higher than the middle 50s for most spots. There still could be some rain early on Monday then clouds will break for some sunshine. Highs will be in the lower to middle 50s and it will be quite windy. Tuesday is looking to be a dry day with a partly sunny sky. It will however be a cooler day as our high temperatures will only reach the lower and middle 50s. We will turn milder Wednesday with high temperatures a few degrees either side of 60 with a blend of clouds and sun.