CLOUDY THIS WEEKEND: The clouds sit in our skies all weekend. Tonight, we'll have a few showers. On Saturday, we'll have patchy fog in spots throughout the day and a few spots will see some drizzle for a bit. Then, we all get steady rain Saturday night. The rain wraps up close to noon on Sunday.
WARMER WEEKEND WEATHER: We get another day above average today. While we'll spend most of our day in the 30s, we'll still squeeze out a high of 40. Then, highs climb to the mid 40s on Saturday and low 50s on Sunday. We get those 50s as warmer air gets funneled up from the south.
COLDER NEXT WEEK: We get Sunday's warm weather ahead of a cold front. This cold front drops us to 34 on Monday. We go up to 36 on Tuesday ahead of another cold front. This cold front brings flurries and a few snow showers Tuesday night. Then, we drop to 30 for Wednesday and Thursday of next week.
FYI: Yesterday I mentioned that some of the computer weather models we use to forecast hint at some light snow on Thursday. Now, the models have trended away from snow; only one models shows snow at this point. This happens a lot with forecasting snow a week or more out. So, I never worry about snow far out.