BRIEFLY DRY & MILD: High pressure is in full control, and it brings a clear but chilly start Friday. The abundant sunshine quickly spikes readings out of the 40s and into the 70s during the afternoon. Our next system slowly approaches, and this brings some late day clouds. Through the evening and overnight, clouds continue to thicken. Most of the night is dry, but a shower is possible close to daybreak. Lows are in the upper 40s to middle 50s.
WET WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Our next system brings plenty of showers for the weekend. The brunt of the shower activity is on Saturday, with a few stray showers for Sunday. Temperatures Saturday are well below average because of the showers, with warmer temperatures likely Sunday and less widespread shower activity. Highs are near 60 degrees Saturday and in the upper 60s to near 70 on Sunday.
NEXT WEEK: The pattern remains stagnant into early next week. Despite temperatures near seasonable averages on Monday, we’re watching for a few remnant showers. Skies are likely partly sunny. The showers should be gone by Tuesday, and partly cloudy skies remain through Wednesday. Highs turn much warmer. Temperatures are near 80 degrees by Wednesday! We’re still in the 80s Thursday, but some thunderstorms are possible.
Have a great weekend!