We will start this morning in the low 40s across most of the area with sunshine, some high clouds and a southwest breeze we will see temperatures rise to the upper 60s .
Tonight, the mild weather sticks around with a few more clouds and temps holding in the lower 50s and upper 40s across the viewing area.
A southwest flow of warm air will continue to bring temperatures up higher for the weekend and right around the record for each day, 71° F Saturday and 75° F Sunday. In fact, our forecast highs both days are calling for those records to be broken.
Saturday will have a mix of clouds and sun while Sunday has more clouds than sun. A shower and thunderstorm could move in sometime Sunday afternoon. A few showers, and even a thunderstorm, are likely at night as a cold front arrives.
Behind the front, much cooler air will move in during the day Monday with temperatures falling from an early morning high in the 60s down through the 50s. Some of model guidance over the last 24 hours has been showing this front slowing down just to the east and keep rain in the forecast through Monday afternoon.
For now, count on some rain for the morning hours and keep in mind that it could still be rainy in the afternoon when temperatures fall through the 50s.
Dry and much colder air will move in Monday night and last through Wednesday. Despite plenty of sunshine Tuesday and Wednesday, high temperatures will only be in the mid to upper 40s.
Have a great weekend and, if you're traveling, watch out for the other guy!