It's going to be a beautiful finish to the workweek after days of clouds, rain, and fog. Daytime highs will be slightly above seasonal readings as we top in the mid 60s. A cold front will swing through the area late tonight into early tomorrow, bringing with it a few, quick, isolated showers. Believe it or not, we have an extremely slim chance a couple spots may see a snowflake early tomorrow morning! We're not expecting anything to stick.
In the wake of this front, it'll turn breezy with highs working hard to reach the mid 50s. Skies become mostly sunny again as the front exits Saturday afternoon. We take the plunge Sunday morning as we drop into the upper 20s in town, mid 20s across our inland zones, with areas south of I-10 waking up around freezing (32 degrees). Expect a rapid warm-up Sunday afternoon with highs near 60.
Next week, the weather pattern becomes more active with moderating temps along with another fast-moving storm system poised to run through the region. By Tuesday we'll have a 50/50 shot of storms.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster