Today (Saturday): If you’re up early to check for frost, throw on a jacket! After sunrise, we’ve got lots of blue sky on tap. Thanks to relatively light winds, cool temperatures should still feel pretty nice. Highs generally head for 60 or so, which might mean upper 50s for some places and low 60s for others. Confidence: Medium-High
Tonight: The return of a wind from the south brings in enough moisture to keep temperatures from tumbling like we’ve seen lately. Add in a few passing clouds, and readings should only dip to the low 40s in the typically colder spots to the upper 40s or near 50 downtown. Confidence: Medium-High
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Tomorrow (Sunday): Partly to mostly sunny skies team up with an increased south wind to give us one of the warmer days we’ve seen in some time. Highs range from about 72-78, maybe mainly on the high end. That south wind is noticeable though, with gusts up to around 25 mph possible. Confidence: Medium-High
Tomorrow night: As the front to the west begins to approach and moisture builds out ahead of it, clouds should be more numerous. Partly to mostly cloudy overall. Lows range from the low 50s to the upper 50s. Confidence: Medium
On Monday, we get our next cold front passing through. It’s a bit tricky as it appears to come in mainly dry, but there are signs it might moisten up crossing the region. A 40-50% chance of showers should suffice, with the best chance of rain of note to the east. Highs rise to the low-and-mid 70s. Confidence: Medium
Tuesday features a return of sunnier conditions behind the front. That also means we’ll be dealing with cooler air again, but not too cool really. Look for highs in the low-to-mid 60s -- which is back below average for a little bit longer. Confidence: Medium