Tonight, showers and embedded thunderstorms are expected. With the clouds in place, temperatures will likely only drop down into the 60s for most areas. Showers will taper off towards 5-9 A.M. Sunday with three-quarters to one and a half inches of rain in total for this event. Once the showers end, skies are expected to clear rapidly with mostly sunny conditions returning by early afternoon on Sunday. It will turn breezy for a time with gusts in the 25 to 30 MPH range.
High pressure will be in control for much of the upcoming week. This will result in plenty of sunshine during the day and clear nights. Some chilly nights are expected early this week with the Canadian air mass. Clear skies and calm winds are forecast on at least some of the nights which could result in some areas of frost, especially in the normally colder locations.