Showers and t-showers were the results of a more active weather pattern towards the end of the week. As of this morning, we’ve lost our precipitation but gained some cool air. A late-week cold front shifted in cooler air and we start the morning in the 40s. Most of your weekend stays dry, but an overnight system will bring in a few t-showers to contend with.
Skies will start mostly clear this morning thanks to the high pressure after Thursday night’s storm. If you were outside Friday, you noticed the cloudy and damp start, but the nice and mild finish under sunny skies. The breeze made things a little chilly, but overall, Friday became a nice outdoor weather day. Saturday starts with the eroding high pressure. Meaning, we will start mostly clear, but clouds will increase through the day. Temperatures will start chilly and only make it to the mid-60s promising a mild afternoon as clouds increase. Another quick-hitting clipper will bring in rain and t-showers mainly this evening. Some showers may continue overnight, but most will be finished or out of the state before the sun comes up on Sunday. Clouds will decrease through the day Sunday, meaning the afternoon will look nice. However, this system is packing a second “cold- air punch” and we will cool again into the low 60s. Fret not as temperatures warm to near summer-like over the course of the week.