Although we’re in a fairly active pattern, we’re not expecting a lot to happen in terms of the weather over the next few days.
A cold front will move across the region tonight with a few showers accompanying it. It will bring an end to our brief mild spell, as Friday will be quite a bit cooler behind the front, with gusty northwest winds adding a little extra bite to the air. We should have plenty of sunshine at least, with high pressure building in. Another weak disturbance moves through on Saturday with some clouds and just a slight chance for a few flurries or sprinkles. After a little clearing Saturday night clouds will stream back in during the day on Sunday ahead of another frontal system. That system will bring in more showers on Monday, but it will be quite a bit milder, with some places possibly getting close to or over 60 degrees.
Thursday night: Showers likely this evening, then skies start to clear out late at night, becoming breezy. Low 30-37.
Friday: Plenty of sunshine, breezy. High 38-45.
Friday night: Becoming partly to mostly cloudy. Low 19-26.
Saturday: More clouds than sun, chance for a few flurries or sprinkles. High 36-43.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy. Low 21-28.
Sunday: Some sun early, then clouds stream back in. High 40-47.
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy with showers developing after midnight. Low 28-35, but temperatures may rise a bit after midnight.
Monday: Breezy and mild with some showers likely. High 54-61.