A cold front is in the process of washing out across the area and the clouds associated with it will be clearing for sunshine. Without a strong push of cold air behind it temps will actually climb into the lower 70s…more than 10 degrees above normal levels! The clearing won’t last long because at the tail end of the front, an area of low pressure has formed and more clouds and showers will work in from the SW later tonight. The low will provide more lift and better dynamics so showers are likely over night and some may be briefly heavy. The low will lift out early tomorrow morning and a murky start will transition into a bright and breezy afternoon with highs again around 70 degrees.
Small changes roll in over the weekend as another cold front works in. Out ahead of it, Saturday will have sun followed an increase in clouds cover with mild temps in the mid to upper 60s. The front comes through Saturday night with a few showers but most if not all wet weather will be gone by daybreak Sunday. Following the front, Sunday will be brisk with highs closer to 60 and a mix of sun and clouds.