FRIDAY: A weak cold front is slowly tracking through the state, with light rain falling ahead of it. With the rain and clouds in place, it will be another cool day across the region. Highs will only top out in the low to mid 50s with showers coming to an end by the early evening. Any rain we see will amount to less than .15″.
TONIGHT: Clouds will slowly decrease through the night with brief clearing possible. In areas that do see some clearing, patchy fog could form. Winds will be light out of the south up to 8 mph, with wind chills in the morning in the low to mid 30s.
EXTENDED: The active weather pattern sticks around as we head into the weekend with rain possible north of I-70 Saturday and high temperatures staying in the mid to upper 50s under mostly cloudy skies. Sunday brings a better chance for rain early in the day as another cold front tracks through Saturday night into Sunday. Any rain we see Sunday will be through the early morning hours, with the rest of the day expected to remain dry. The unsettled pattern continues through next Tuesday with on and off rain chances continuing as we stay in a cool weather pattern. Monday a surface low will move from the southwest to the north of the area bringing increasing rain chances through the day, which will continue into your Tuesday. As the rain comes to an end Tuesday, cooler weather will filter into the region. The middle of next week will see highs struggling to climb into the lower 50s, with overnight lows near freezing. Tune in to ABC 17 News on-air and online for the latest forecast updates.