After a very chilly (and at times cold) end to the work week, temperatures will climb behind a warm front for the weekend. We'll start Saturday in the mid 30s and end up around 60 degrees in the afternoon under mostly sunny skies. The breezy southwest winds will then persist into Sunday. Temperatures Sunday will peak in the mid 60s as clouds begin to thicken, with additional moisture arriving with the southwest winds. By Sunday night a stray shower or storm will be possible. Then off and on storms are expected to start next week on Monday and Tuesday.
Tonight: A warm front will slide across the region tonight and with breezy south winds behind it temperatures will only drop into the mid 30s despite mostly clear skies. Winds: SW 8-15 mph. Low: 37.
Saturday: Mostly sunny skies are expected to start the weekend and to start the warm up. Temperatures will be a notch warmer with highs around 60 degrees. Winds: SW 10-18 mph. High: 60.
Saturday Night: Readings will only fall into the middle 40s under partly cloudy skies. It will remain very breezy, even through the late night hours. Winds: S 10-18 mph. Low: 45.
Sunday: Southwest winds will continue to warm the region, even with an increase in clouds through the day on Sunday. Breezy southwest winds will take temperatures into the mid 60s. By evening a stray shower or storm will be possible. Winds: SW 15-20 mph. High: 66.
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