A cold front from the north passes through our area allowing chances for scattered showers on Friday. An isolated thunderstorm is possible tonight and into tomorrow morning.
Best potential to see showers and a storm would be our northern counties. A spotty shower or two is possible for the central and southern portions of our viewing area today. Even with the chances for showers, most of the area will be relatively dry.
Temperatures to start the morning are in the 50s and 60s. Throughout today, highs will top into the 70s for most (northern counties will stay in the upper 60s). Winds are very breezy this morning with gusts hitting 15 to 30 MPH. Winds will try to settle down during the day, but still could see gusts around 10-20.
Throughout the weekend, rain chances hang around. The best chance to see showers will be on Sunday as a cold front passes. Low temperatures tonight and on Saturday will be mild in the 50s and 60s. Saturday's high temperatures keep increasing with each model run. Highs are expected to hit the middle to upper 70s with some places surpassing 80 degrees. Dew points will slightly increase on Saturday in the upper 50s and lower 60s.
This warm trend does not last forever. By Sunday highs will still be warm, but only in the upper 60s. Cooler air returns Sunday night with lows in the 40s. Throughout next week, temperatures will keep falling. Highs to begin the workweek will be around average in the upper 50s, then drop down into the 40s by Friday.