A few clouds developed early today but then were gone leaving us with plenty of afternoon sunshine. A great evening but temps will be chilly falling back into the low to mid 30s.
A cold front will sag south tomorrow and bring some clouds into the area by the late afternoon. Highs should top out in the upper 40s and where there is more sunshine highs could reach the 50 degree mark. Front sags south, creating an east-southeasterly flow for Saturday, which means quite a bit more cloud cover and temperatures remaining in the mid 40s.
The front lifts north as a warm front late Saturday. This will allow milder air to move in for the second half of the weekend. Not a lot of moisture with any of these systems just clouds mixing with sunshine from time to time. There will be an approaching system late Sunday that could produce a few sprinkles or brief light showers but it looks to move out early Monday morning.
Temperatures for early next week look to start out mild with highs in the mid to upper 50s Monday and Tuesday but a cold front Tuesday will bring our next best chance for showers and will also knock our temperatures back to more seasonal norms in the 40s by Wednesday.