A cold front moving through our area will keep the chance of showers and storms around through tonight. Though most of the widespread rain looks light, locally heavy downpours will still be possible, especially in any thunderstorms. Localized flooding issues in poor drainage areas can't be ruled out through early Saturday morning. As of now, severe storms are looking overall unlikely, but occasionally gusty winds (wind gusts up to 40MPH or so) will be possible in isolated instances this evening, especially up until 10PM Friday night. Lows tonight will be cooler once winds shift more out of the north behind this departing system, bottoming out in the upper 30s/low 40s.
Saturday will bring a few spotty showers before sunrise, but they should gradually taper off during the morning. With cooler NW flow, temps will be cooler, in the upper 40s/low 50s. There could be a few breaks of sun by Saturday afternoon, but lingering clouds will be there too, especially during the first part of the day. Saturday night will be partly cloudy and chilly with lows in the 30s.
Sunday will bring a little more sun and mainly dry conditions. We may be a tad warmer too with highs in the low to mid 50s. Sunday night, another system will be fast-approaching. Showers will move in Sunday evening and will likely last through Monday morning. We'll gradually warm back up next week, with highs eventually pushing 60 again by Tuesday-Wednesday. However, at least through midweek, we look to remain unsettled, with the chance of scattered showers & thunderstorms. Stay tuned!