After another beautiful, sunny day we'll finally see a small disruption in our fair weather. A cold front will look to sweep through the state overnight night, bringing a small rain chance to our area Thursday morning. Highs reached the mid 80s on this breezy day and our southerly winds will continue tonight. The southerly flow along with the increasing cloud cover from the cold from will push overnight lows down into the upper 50s.
Isolated light showers will move through during the pre-dawn hours Thursday morning. By sunrise most if not all of the rain will be out of here as clouds slowly move out. By midday we'll be back enjoying sunny weather, but we'll be noticeably cooler. Highs Thursday will peak in the low to mid 70s thanks to cooler air behind the front.
This cool air mass will stick around through the beginning of the weekend. So expect comfortable, below average high temperatures in the low to mid 70s Thursday and Friday afternoon. Morning temperatures will start of pretty chilly in the mid to upper 40s Friday and Saturday morning.
After a cool start Saturday morning, winds will become southerly and help sunny skies warming through the day. Highs Saturday will be near 80 degrees. The return of southerly winds Saturday is in response to a another cold front that will move through Sunday into Monday. This cold front will bring widespread rain and a few storms to our area.