Winds will relax later this evening but it will be cold. Temperatures will drop to the teens by 10pm under mostly clear skies. Clouds will increase as a weak disturbance rolls in later tonight, and will help temperatures to hold steady if not come up a few degrees. A few snow flurries or light snow showers are possible in the overnight period. Lows will range from the upper teens to the low 20s. A warm front to our west will help to keep clouds around for the day. They will mix with sunshine throughout the day. As it pushes northward late, our winds will shift and milder air returns to the area. Highs should jump to the mid 40s to end the week.
Rain showers will move in overnight Friday and linger into Saturday. There is a small chance our northwest counties experience a brief mix, however, most of the area should see plain rain. Coastal low moves up the coast, while an area of low pressure moves by to our northwest. Both will bring the threat for wet weather. Most of Saturday afternoon will be dry with highs still getting to the low 40s, but by Sunday, colder air returns and holds our highs in the low 30s. The next system brings snow showers late in the day towards evening Sunday. This next front has significant energy associated with it, followed by a deepening trough, and with much colder air to start the week.