THURSDAY: We’ll start out the day with cloud cover near and south of I-70 and, like yesterday, might be tough to loosen up. Temperatures will still manage to reach the 50’s, it may just not be the upper 50’s down south. Winds will be turning more westerly throughout the day, but won’t be as breezy as yesterday.
TONIGHT: We hang on to partly cloudy skies overnight with lows falling back into the middle 20’s after a cold front snuck through during the day.
EXTENDED: That will cool things down on Friday. Highs will reach the middle 30’s to close out the week, but we’ll keep some sunshine around. It’ll be cloudy on Saturday and cool with highs in the 30’s. Our next system starts to influence the area Saturday night into Sunday morning. A wintry mix will be possible as a moisture returns from the south. That will transition quickly to rain Sunday morning as temperatures warm up enough. Spotty showers will be possible throughout the rest of the day Sunday and pick up in coverage Sunday night. Rain will stick with us through Monday before the system pushes east. As it does, some cooler air on the backside will change what’s left to some snow Monday night. At this point, it doesn’t look like either end of this system is something to worry about. But we’ll be tracking it into this weekend.