Tonight will be another chilly night but will not be quite so cold compared to the past couple of nights, as clouds will move in ahead of a cold front. The front will cross the region early tomorrow morning with another surge of arctic chill. Temperatures will moderate this weekend as a southerly flow develops causing a warm-up with sunshine for your Saturday. In fact, temperatures could crack 40 degrees by Sunday when a few rain showers could move in by the afternoon. Expect a period of rain overnight Sunday into early Monday morning. If the cold air rushes in early Monday, the rain could change to snow before ending early Monday morning.
Today: Partly to mostly sunny. High: 25-30. Wind: WNW 2-7 mph. Sunset: 4:43
Tonight: Partly cloudy, not as cold. Low: teens.
Friday: Blustery and cold, mostly sunny, highs near 30, temperatures falling through the 20’s in the afternoon.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, not as cold. High: 33-38.
Sunday: Increasing clouds with rain developing in the afternoon and continuing at night. High: 40.
Monday: Rain ending early in the morning, partial clearing blustery and cold. High: 30s
Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High: 25-30.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High: 27-32.