After starting Friday in the middle 30s, we should make it back to the middle 50s today. Skies will begin completely sunny in some areas, but clouds will increase by this afternoon. We also cannot rule out a stray sprinkle.
We’ll make it back to the upper 20s tonight, and Saturday is still looking blustery. Though temperatures will make it to the low 40s, winds out of the northwest gusting over 20 mph will keep the wind chill in the 30s. It still looks like a drop of rain or flake of snow is possible, but that will be a rarity tomorrow.
Rain chances increase for the second half of Monday and will stay with us Monday night into early Tuesday morning. Heavy rain is expected in some locations, but severe weather currently looks like a low threat.