Temps move back into the seasonal zone today as highs hit the upper 60s. Overnight a few clouds move back into the forecast, with lows falling into the mid 40s. Saturday and Sunday will still hold a plentiful supply of sunshine and warmer air as well. Southerly winds along with warm sun rays will push highs into the low 70s tomorrow then mid 70s by Sunday. Don't forget before you head off to bed Saturday night to set the clocks ahead one hour, we Spring Forward on Sunday into Daylight Saving Time. If you have any outdoor plants, I've got good news. No wet weather in the forecast through the weekend, but showers and a few storms roll in early next week.
A cold front will march into the region on Monday, bringing a 70% chance of showers and storms. The rain should exit early Tuesday morning, with dry conditions by Wednesday. Daytime readings hold mainly in the 70s, but cooldown in the wake of the front by Tuesday, as the mercury drops into the 60s.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster