While the rest of the week looks warm, a major cooldown arrives this weekend. Afternoon readings today will peak in the low 80s. Overnight, it'll be muggy with lows in the 60s. Then, it gets even warmer outside on Thursday and Friday with highs in the mid 80s. By the end of the workweek, a strong cold front will sail through the area. Right now the timing looks to be Friday night into early Saturday. The front won't won't be a rainmaker but it will cause a major temperature swing.
It'll turn brisk Saturday afternoon with temps struggling to reach 70. Some inland zones may not even make it out of the 60s. It'll be clear and cold overnight as lows tank in the upper 40s by Sunday morning. The second half of the weekend will be sunny and breezy at times with highs in the upper 60s. The coldest air spills in Sunday night, with lower 40s in town, some areas north of Highway 84 may even slip into the upper 30s. Full sunshine is expected early next weekl.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster