Today: Now that the cold front has passed, expect decreasing clouds through the day with highs barely in the mid-50s. The cold afternoon turns even more chilly tonight with clear skies and lows in the mid-30s. A freeze looks unlikely.
Tomorrow: It will be another cold afternoon in the mid-50s. Increasing clouds with one or two isolated showers are possible in the overnight hours as a plume of moisture streams in from Texas. The rain chance is very low but, the increased cloud cover will leaqd to warmer overnight lows in the mid-40s.
Wednesday: Sunshine returns Wednesday warming us up to near 60 but the clear skies lead to cold overnight lows near the mid-30s.
Thursday-Friday: The warmup continues with mostly sunny skies. Highs Thursday reach 65 and could top off at 70 on Friday.
Weekend: A cold front pushes through on Saturday. This will bring some showers with maybe a thunderstorm or two. The rain will be brief with breezy weather and clearing skies after the front’s passage. Overnight Saturday drops into the upper-30s with highs in the low-50s on Sunday.