Clouds are with us this morning as a cold front is passing through the area. Hole are already being poked in the clouds, and we will see them thin out through the evening hours. Temperatures overnight should hold around 40 degrees.
For Thursday, the First Day of Spring, ample sunshine will return as we should make it to the low 70s. We head to the mid and upper 70s for Friday and Saturday as warm air is pumped in ahead of our next system. Clouds will start to return Friday with them thickening on Saturday and some isolated showers possible.
A cold front swings through late Saturday, and then the upper level part arrives on Sunday, bringing us rain through the weekend. The best chance of rain will be Sunday into Monday, although I do not expect to see all day rains or a complete washout at this point.
Skies will start to clear on Tuesday and we should clear completely by Wednesday, but highs will hold in the lower 60s for Monday and Tuesday with the potential of some upper 50s possible. We begin to rebound temperature wise as we head into the latter portion of next week.
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