FRIDAY NIGHT & SATURDAY MORNING:
A high pressure system has arrived to brighten the sky. It will also bring a clear sky overnight. Low temps will be 35-40. The wind will be S 5-10 mph.
A warm front associated will swing through Saturday and that will make things much warmer than normal. For the most part, the high will keep the sky blue. But, the front and the heat of the day may try to lift some clouds and a 20% chance of showers near the Canadian border. High temps will run 65-70. The wind will be S 5-15.
The warm front of Saturday is connected to a low pressure system which will increase clouds on Sunday. The passage of the cold front on the tail end of the low will help stir up the shower chance Sunday afternoon and knock down temperatures. The rain chance is 30%. High temps will be between near 53 after a morning start near 45.
MONDAY AND BEYOND:
Monday should be partly cloudy with low 36 and high 54. Tuesday will be mostly sunny with low 33 and high 58. Wednesday will be partly cloudy with low 37 and high 64. Rain showers could return next Thursday and Friday.