A cold front once again is ready to move into the area later tomorrow and into Sunday. The key word there is "ready", because it is likely the cold front will lose its punch just to the west of our area on Sunday and never really cross into our area. This means we will continue to stay unseasonably mild for the next several days.
Albeit, we will see some pretty good potential for patches of rain and storms to move into the area on our Saturday and linger in the area on our Sunday. There could even be a few stronger storms in the mix. Most of the chance for rain may dwindle away for a day or two early next week, while we wait for a stronger cold front to move into the area on our Thursday.
For those wondering about average high temperatures for this time of year . . . . . high temperatures should be in the middle 50s . . . . . while overnight low temperatures should be in the middle 30s, As mentioned, we will most likely stay above seasonable norms for this time of year, over the next several days.