Happy Thursday! Rain showers, some with rumbles of thunder, are moving through the area this morning as a disturbance moves on through. We'll see stray shower chances throughout the day Thursday, otherwise skies will be full of clouds and temperatures are expected to make it into the upper-60s.
A cold front will move through late tonight/early Friday morning, and thus we'll start seeing those rain chances increasing after midnight tonight. Though some thunderstorms are possible with this activity, no severe weather is expected. Rain should exit around noon tomorrow with the back half of Friday remaining cloudy.
Cooler air will rush in behind the front and thus lows are expected to drop into the upper-30s by Saturday morning. Highs will only climb into the mid-50s Saturday and Sunday. Morning lows will be around 34 Sunday morning, so we'll be watching closely for any freezes that morning.
Clouds will build in through Sunday as another cold front is expected to move through late-Sunday into Monday. This will bring some of the coldest air we've seen all season into our area, as highs are only expected to make it into the upper-40s. If we don't see a freeze Sunday or Tuesday morning, one is likely for Wednesday as morning lows are expected to drop into the upper-20s.