TONIGHT: Increasing clouds, not as cold. Lows in the low 40s.
TOMORROW: Showers likely by midday. Mostly cloudy with highs in the mid-upper 50s. Rain amounts between 0.25" and 0.5".
EXTENDED: Showers continue Friday night into early Saturday afternoon, but become much more sparse by later on Saturday. Cloud cover keeps us cool on Saturday with temperatures reaching the mid-50s. We begin to clear out on Sunday, with more sunshine and temperatures in the upper 50s. Next week starts off nice with 60s and sunshine for Monday, but a cold front moving in from the north early on Tuesday will bring cooler air and a chance for some early day rain. Highs on Tuesday struggle to get to about 50, and if skies clear out early enough there could be another round of patchy to widespread light frost on Wednesday. Next week continues to be cooler than average as highs stay in the mid-50s and lows fall into the upper 30s. Rain is possible once again by the end of next week.