Temperatures will drop fast and winds will be breezy behind today’s cold front. By the afternoon, temperatures will have fallen to the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. While the chance for any rain is low, there may be some isolated patches of sprinkles this afternoon.
Overnight tonight will be cold and frosty with temperatures dropping to the mid to upper 30s. There is a chance for frost Saturday morning and to see wind chills near freezing. Saturday will be chilly around 60 degrees with another cold night in the upper 30s Saturday night.
Sunday will be warmer around 70 degrees and sunny. A weak cold front passes through Monday but temperatures will still be mild in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees. Tuesday will rebound to the low 70s.
Our next storm system moves in late Wednesday into Thursday. A warm front will blow through Wednesday morning and temperatures will warm to near 80 degrees Wednesday afternoon.
Depending on where the center of the storm goes will change where the rain chances go. Right now, there is a moderate chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms Wednesday night through Thursday night of next week.