Temperatures have skyrocketed today as winds from the southeast has brought in much warmer and more humid air. Temperatures have reached 60 for many locations, and with high clouds out there, and those thickening a bit overnight, we will see temperatures hold in the upper 30s/low 40s overnight. We will turn cloudy late tomorrow as the cold front that is currently stalled to our west moves in our direction and will bring rain for late in the day.
The front looks to arrive after sunset Friday and will clear the area by midday Saturday. An embedded thunderstorm is possible through the first part of the overnight, but no severe weather is anticipated. Once the front clears, skies will start to clear as well, leaving us with a nice rest of the weekend.
A second cold front will arrive on Monday, but this one looks to lack the ability to produce many showers, so an isolated shower may mark frontal passage. This front will bring in some cooler temperatures for the middle of the week, but highs will only drop back to seasonal readings in the mid 50s.
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