After the coldest start of the season so far this morning, temperatures are rebounding back into the 50s late this morning and we will get near 60 before today is done. As we move past sunset, clouds will start to return to the area as moisture also returns thanks to a more southerly component to our wind. This return of moisture and clouds could lead to a few showers around the area by sunrise.
Scattered rain showers will be with us for Friday, along with plenty of cloud cover, which will keep temperatures cooler than we could get otherwise, but we should crack the lower 60s.
Saturday should be mostly dry as a weak ridge of high pressure arrives over the region before our next cold front arrives on Sunday and exits early Monday. This will be our best chance of rain with a thunderstorm or two also possible, but no severe weather is currently expected. Rain showers look to arrive in earnest Sunday afternoon and continue until around sunrise Monday when skies will clear and cooler air will arrive.
At this point, it does not look like this cold air will be as cold as what we have been experiencing the last couple of days, but it will be cooler, with another warm up beginning at the end of next week.
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