A cold front moving through Friday night will leave us with drier but much cooler air for the weekend. Skies will be sunny Saturday but temperatures will struggle to get out of the 50s as a cool northwesterly wind increases to 18 mph in the afternoon.
Clear skies and light winds will help temperatures fall into the upper 30s to low 40s Saturday night. Areas north of I-70 and east of HWY 63 will see lows in the upper 30s with patchy frost possible in valleys.
Although we will warm into the 60s Sunday, temperatures will still be below average for mid-May with mostly sunny skies. Some clouds will move in from the west late in the day leading to a slight chance of showers after 7 PM near HWY 65. Showers will increase Sunday night, becoming likely for the start of the work week.