TODAY: Much like Thursday, Friday will be very much a fall like day. Temperatures this morning are starting in the 50s, and thanks to an easterly breeze, clouds, and even some rainfall, temperatures will be limited to the low-to-mid 60s. Showers are already ongoing this morning, but are greatly limited thanks to some dry air in the lower levels of the atmosphere. This will keep any rainfall we see early very spotty and light as much of it will evaporate before it hits the ground. Later today the dry layer will slowly saturate, allowing for more efficient rainfall, so expect a greater chance to see rain around late morning into the afternoon. Additionally, the rainfall will focus northwest and mostly along and north of I-70, so folks near and south of HWY 50 will see lesser chances, especially to the east.
TONIGHT: Rain will come to an end this evening, likely around or just after the dinner hour. We'll be dry overnight, and likely clearing out overnight. Winds will also shift to a more southerly wind direction, bringing a warmup for Saturday.
EXTENDED: Saturday morning brings more sunshine, with temperatures starting in the 50s before making it into the 80s. That comes as winds shift back out of the northwest with another cold front. This one is dry, and leaves in the 70s on Sunday. The rest of the 7 day forecast keeps us seasonably in the 70s, with sunshine through Thursday.