Tracking changes for the weekend

Friday night forecast

Our stretch of warm weather comes to an end tonight as a cold front begins to push toward the area. Clouds will continue to increase with fog developing in western areas. Daybreak temps will be in the upper 50s.

Saturday will feature some big changes compared to the workweek. We’ll see partly sunny skies and a slight chance for a stray shower. It will be cooler with the cloud cover around, with highs in the low 70s.

The front will meander across the area Sunday, keeping mostly cloudy skies in place. There is a slightly better chance for an isolated shower with temps in the low 70s.

The boundary begins to move south to start next week, which will end rain chances and bring back some sunshine. Highs for Monday and Tuesday will be in the low 70s.

Warmer weather does arrive midweek ahead of a strong storm system. This system could bring storms to the area late Wednesday into Thursday, with highs in the 70s.

Much cooler air is likely to close out next week.

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