The roller coaster ride begins now through Tuesday of next week, with readings going from cool, mild, and cold. The timing of this cold front is of the essence for a good forecast, here's why: The passage of this front will arrive in the overnight and our daytime high reading will occur before 3 a.m.; and then gradually fall through the day on Saturday. By afternoon we'll have breezy northwest winds and readings will remain steady in the upper 40s. By Sunday morning, readings will rise into the lower 50s as a warm front lifts ahead of another front with mild air through Monday and even a chance for a few thunderstorms before a stable colder air mass arrives later in the day on Tuesday through the rest of next week. Another storm system will arrive by the following weekend, still too many variances in the MOS, so stay tuned.
OVERNIGHT: Our daytime high reading will occur before 3 a.m.; and then gradually fall through the day on Saturday, mainly early 58. HIGH: 58 / P.M. 48
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy with occasional light rain. High: 49, steady temperatures.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Cloudy, chance of rain. Low: 52
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy and warmer, scattered showers, possible thunderstorm early. High: 66
MONDAY: Cloudy, showers and an early thunderstorm. Low: 58 High: 68
TUESDAY: Cloudy and colder with rain ending. Low: 46 High: 55
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and cool. Low: 34 High: 54
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy and cool. Low: 36 High: 53
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