The weekend is right around the corner. Saturday will be the pick of the weekend with sunshine, a cold morning, and an unseasonably warm afternoon. Expect a morning low in the mid-to-upper 20s and a high near 60. If you have any outdoor plans, Saturday is your day. Sunday will be cloudy with areas of rain. We will warm from mid-40s on Sunday morning to lower 60s on Sunday afternoon. Some areas may stay dry, but rain will be around.
OUR NEXT WEATHER MAKER
Rain will ramp up Sunday night and Monday. A rainy pattern will set up again that will mean areas of rain Monday through Thursday. Again. Similarly to this week, next week will not be all rain all the time. There will be some dry breaks between the waves of rain. Right now, there are not strong signs of severe weather. We will let you know if that changes. Rainfall amounts will vary between 1 and 4 inches depending on your location. This can change as new data and measurements are applied to our forecasts over time.
THE NEXT 24 HOURS
The next 24 hours will be dry. This evening will cool from mid-40s to low 40s beneath a cloudy sky through 10 PM. Expact quick clearing after 10 PM, and temperatures will drop into the upper 20s and lower 30s through 6 AM. We will need jackets and coats when we leave home on Friday morning. Friday will be brighter with more sunshine, and the day will be cool. Expect mid-40s at noon, upper 40s to lower 50s for highs around 3 PM, then we're cooling back to low 40s by 6 PM. Your Friday evening will cool from 40s to 30s through 10 PM beneath a clear sky.