With a warm front lifting northward, showers are heading out with clearing skies emerging into the night.
As we’re engulfed in the warm sector of a frontal system, temperatures overnight will slowly warm and a breeze will develop out of the south, which will help boost our temperatures well above average into the upper 70s to end the week. The entirety of the day Friday before sunset will be a real summery beauty as a result with lots of sun and dry skies, but an advancing cold front from the west will increase our risk for passing showers and rumbles late Friday night into early Saturday morning.
The resulting temperatures behind this front will leave Saturday’s highest temperatures during the earliest part of the morning as they rapidly fall into the 50s and 40s during the afternoon. It will be a much cooler day with locked in clouds, and temperatures holding their cooler grasp through the weekend.
Our cooler pattern continues into the start of next week with highs mostly in the 50s, and lows in the 30s and 40s returning.
-WROC Weather Team