A nice evening is under way as the skies brighten. Clouds continue to break up as a ridge of high pressure builds in. Temps will fall from the upper 60s to low 60s.
It will be another morning with low clouds and fog which may slow the commute very early. Lows will continue mild in the low to mid 50s with a few areas in the upper 50s.
High pressure will be building in for a bit before our next cold front arrives. This means after a foggy start, skies will be gradually improving as more sunshine pokes through by afternoon. This will help to warm temperatures to the low to mid 70s.
Friday starts out dry and should remain that way for much of the day. Partly sunny skies will more overcast as the day continues. By late evening we could have a few showers moving in from the west ahead of a strong cold front. It looks like the heaviest rain will fall overnight and with a few lingering into the start off Saturday. The front will be followed by an upper level trough that will dig in and bring much chillier air for the weekend and into next week. Strong pieces of energy rotating through will reinforce the cooler air into early next week before temperatures warm back up to above average. Showers are expected to return late Monday into Tuesday. Highs from Saturday into the middle part of next week remain in the 60s. Morning lows will plummet to the 40s by Sunday morning.
Hope you are enjoying your day!
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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