A cold front will bring scattered showers to the region as early as dinnertime. The key word is "scattered," meaning that not everyone will see a shower. I'd bring the umbrella to evening plans if I were you, just in case, but you may end up not needing it! After midnight, showers will come to an end and skies will gradually clear, along with an increasing breeze. That clearing will allow temperatures to drop back into the 40s again by daybreak.
Sunday will be mostly sunny and cooler (for one day, at least). Breezes will still be whipping around, especially during the first half of the day, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Highs will be in the low 60s in most locations, perhaps the mid 60s for areas south of the city.
We begin a two day warming trend on Monday as highs reach the upper 60s both Monday and Tuesday. Another cold front will move through Tuesday night, but it should come through rain-free. This cold front will put an end to the mild fall weather we've been enjoying so far. Wednesday through Saturday, highs will generally be in the 55 to 60 degree range. Patchy frost is possible north and west of the city Thursday and Friday nights as lows dip into the mid 30s there.
Wake-Up: 49 degrees, Breezy
Lunchtime: 59 degrees, Cooler
P.M. High: 63 degrees, Mostly Sunny
Sunrise 7:17 AM
Sunset 6:14 PM