The overnight hours will feature a mainly clear sky with only a few patches of clouds. Some areas of low clouds and fog will develop later on at night. Temperatures by early Monday morning will be in the lower to middle 30s with some colder spots in the 20s.
Monday will start off with patches of low clouds and fog then the rest of the day will feature a mix of sun and clouds. It will be unseasonably mild with highs in the 50s. A cold front will bring some showers Monday night into early Tuesday. Clouds should break for some sunshine Tuesday afternoon with highs in the 40s to the lower 50s. This front will stall just to our south and that will be the focal point for some unsettled weather later next week.
A disturbance moving along this front will give us period of rain and drizzle Wednesday. There is a chance for the rain to freeze on some surfaces at first. Temperatures will struggle to rise through the 30s into the lower 40s on Wednesday. As this front moves northward temperatures will start to rise Wednesday night into Thursday with some more periods of rain and drizzle. Temperatures on Thursday may rise through the 40s to near 50 in places. A stronger cold front will bring us some rain Friday morning. As the front pushes to the east, clouds will try to break with a gusty wind the rest of Friday with scattered rain showers that will mix with and then change to snow showers in places. Temperatures early Friday will start well into the 40s to near 50 but then will drop into and through the 30s during the afternoon. A cold air mass will settle into the region with some sunshine on Saturday with highs in the 20s. A weak disturbance will give us an increase in cloudiness followed by the chance for some snow on Sunday. Highs will be in the 20s to near 30. Temperatures will stay at a seasonable level after that point.