With a little rain to start the day, things warmed up rather quickly. Under mostly clear skies tonight, temperatures will drop back into the mid-30's over much of the area. Winds will remain out of the northwest at 10 to 15 mph, so still a little breezy. Tomorrow, another brilliant day with mostly sunny skies, however temperatures remain a little cooler. High's remain in the mid- to upper 50's around the region. Keeping those temperatures down is a northerly wind at 5 to 10 mph.
SATURDAY: Springtime Sunshine, High: 55, Low: 38
SUNDAY: Increasing Clouds - Rain Showers Possible by Afternoon, High: 64, Low: 51
MONDAY: Mostly Cloudy - PM Rain Showers, High: 69, Low: 54
TUESDAY: Partly Sunny Early - Scattered Showers Late, High: 72, Low: 53
WEDNESDAY: Mostly Cloudy - Scattered Rain Showers, High: 68, Low: 47
THURSDAY: Remaining Unsettled - Lingering Showers, High: 66, Low: 45
FRIDAY: Isolated Shower Possible, High: 64
Looking into the weekend, the day to get things done would be Saturday, even though highs are cooler. For Sunday, we'll start the day with increasing clouds. By mid-afternoon, light showers will move in, before some heavier showers come in later. Highs really bump up on Monday, inching close to the 70-degree mark. It won't rain all day, but the greatest chance of rain will be in the afternoon. If there are areas that don't reach 70-degrees on Monday, you will on Tuesday. Also, like Monday, the greatest chance of rain will be in the afternoon. Wednesday, the temperature drops a little, into the upper 60's, with scattered showers throughout the day. Thursday remains dreary and unsettled, with more scattered showers in the area. Finally on Friday, temperatures return to near-normal with just an isolated shower or two.