Highs will return to near 80 on Saturday.
SATURDAY FORECAST DETAILS: A stray shower could form but most times and places will likely be dry under partly or variably cloudy skies. South wind 7 to 17 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 24 miles per hour. Outdoor burning is not recommended. Some light rain and clouds will linger into early Saturday, but those will clear out by the afternoon and leave us with some attractive, if cool, conditions. The wind will make it feel even colder! South breezes will continue to favor warm temperatures in the mid 70s near the coast to near 80 elsewhere. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 46. In fact, some flurries could be the end result by Monday morning... There is a 30% chance for showers/storms late tomorrow afternoon into the evening hours.
Sunday will bring a potent cold front into the area.
We'll see some sunshine mixed with clouds but the winds will be gusting to 40 miles per hour.
In the wake of the cold front, look for temperatures to plummet once again thanks to a strong northwesterly wind often seen following a cold front, hence the name.
Sunday will be interesting as our high temperature for the day will be right after midnight.
Turning cloudy and breezy; some drizzle or a bit of rain developing.
Friday afternoon high temperatures will be mainly in the 30s to low 40s Friday, with decreasing showers and decreasing clouds through the evening. National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Kochasic said the storm had showered most of the state's northern half before clearing out by Thursday morning.