A cold front is just about through the area this afternoon, and the breezy conditions we have been seeing will die down as we approach sunset as high pressure builds in from the north. This area of high pressure will quickly slide to our east by Thursday which will allow temperatures to warm into the 70s tomorrow. This will be short lived as another cold front will slide through the area, dropping temperatures into the 60s for highs to start the weekend and see lows run the risk of frost Saturday morning.
Sunday will see mostly cloudy skies as moisture returns on the eastern side of an area of high pressure that will be to our north and east. This will cause some showers to our west, but it looks like we should be close enough to the high pressure that rain stays away from us. We should be dry then as we move into the middle of next week as warmer air returns before a late week cold front arrives.
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