A much more refreshing feel to the air Thursday - CM 👍
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Following the passage of yesterday's cold front, Thursday will start out much cooler than the last few mornings. We'll start in the 40s with highs making their way into the 60s by the afternoon under a mix of clouds and sunshine.
Clouds increase at night ahead of a weak cold front. This front will produce a few scattered showers through Friday afternoon, and it will also keep colder air and gusty winds locked in. Highs will range from the 50s in the NRV and Highlands to the 60s elsewhere. As the wind calms, nighttime lows drop into the 30s and lower 40s.
MOTHER'S DAY WEEKEND
Patches of frost may become possible Saturday morning before the wind picks up a bit during the day. Highs reach the 60s with mostly sunshine during the day. We'll keep tabs on the location of a front by Mother's Day. If it's closer to us, we won't warm up a lot and we'll see more rain. If it's farther north, we'll get into the 70s with only some afternoon storms.
That front will likely sag south, taking rain chances down throughout the day Monday into Tuesday. Each day will likely be in the 60s and lower 70s.