Clouds are continuing to thin out this afternoon as has been the case the last couple of days. We will see clouds thicken back up overnight ahead of our cold front that looks to arrive around the noon hour tomorrow.
Our cold front will bring rain showers behind it, so temperatures will begin dropping prior to the rain arriving. Expect us to hit our high tomorrow around noon with temperatures falling through the afternoon. Rain showers will work through during the late morning/early afternoon hours. While not likely, I cannot rule out a thunderstorm or two, though any storms will be well below severe criteria.
We will clear out for our Thursday and Friday as high pressure builds in and sets up shop right over top of us. High pressure will exit Saturday as a weak upper level low swings overhead. This low will produce a few showers and storms in the afternoon hours on Saturday and then again on Sunday. We will start entering a pattern to begin next week of weak disturbances riding over top of us, and each one may touch off a few showers or storms, but nothing organized looks to take place. Temperatures will climb into the 80s to start the weekend and will stay there to begin next week.
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