Ample sunshine and mild readings greet us as we are now officially in Spring. The ample sunshine thanks to high pressure will remain through the rest of the day. Clear skies tonight will allow for lows to drop into the mid to upper 30s, and we will make a big warm up tomorrow as our winds turn from the south and pump in much warmer and more humid air.
Clouds will begin to return late Friday ahead of our next cold front that will impact us late Saturday into our Sunday. Highs on Friday and Saturday will be in the mid to upper 70s before rain and clouds cool us down only to the mid 60s for Sunday.
Rain looks to arrive mostly overnight Saturday into Sunday with a break in the rain in the afternoon hours on Sunday. We could see two more rounds of rain, one on Monday and one early Tuesday, before we clear out into the middle of next week.
Behind the cold front, much colder air filters into the area for the first half of next week as highs will struggle to warm even to 60 for Monday and Tuesday with highs only in the upper 50s on Wednesday. We will start to rebound on Thursday as we should climb back into the middle 60s.
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