SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny with a wind out of the south that will aid in warming. High's in the low 50's.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Increasing cloud cover ahead of a cold front that will push through early Sunday morning. Lows in the mid to low 30's.
EXTENDED: Early during the morning on Sunday a cold front will slip through the area and ahead of it will bring some rain chances. We will remain above freezing overnight so the precipitation will just be rain. These light rain showers will move out of the area by the afternoon hours and we will be left cloudy. Temperatures should stay seasonal during the work week with Wednesday bringing chances to see 60 degrees. A warm front will make its way through Wednesday and bring rainy and groggy conditions, this will quickly be followed by a cold front overnight Wednesday into Thursday and that could also bring some more rain for the area. Depending on the timing of this batch of rain we could see some flurries from this system but nothing that will be amountable. Conditions will improve but temperatures will fall after the cold front and leading into next weekend.