The heavy rain and gusty winds are gone and we are left with clear skies and chilly temperatures for overnight. We’ll drop back into the 40s. Much of Saturday will be dry and sunny, however a round of late day showers and embedded downpours will be possible. This is a quick mover so it shouldn’t have too much of an impact on plans.
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Saturday will feature a mainly sunny day with temperatures rising back into the 60s. If you have any morning plans, they’ll be a go but bring an extra layer if you’re heading out early as we’ll see a chilly start with temperatures in the 40s.
We’ll stay mainly dry into the afternoon hours before clouds begin to increase ahead of another potent cold front. This front will be a quick mover but could bring brief showers and downpours with gusty winds. There’s also a slight chance for thunder, lightning, and even hail.
As mentioned, this system will be a fast mover and should only be in our area for a few hours during the late afternoon and early evening (3 to 7pm)
Most of the area will be clear and drying out as chilly northwest winds take over behind the front. This will help usher in much cooler air for Sunday into early next week.
Here’s a quick overview of the weekend forecast. Sunshine returns to start off your Saturday morning, and throughout the day it will be mild with a mix of sun and clouds, followed by a round of more showers late in the evening with some brief gusty winds. Sunday will be bright and chilly with a brisk northwest wind keeping temperatures only in the upper 40s and low 50s for much of the area.