Overnight, we cool off into the upper teens, but as the wind shifts back out of the south into Friday morning, many of us will warm back into the 20s for the morning commute.
We rapidly warm back up heading into the weekend. Friday afternoon will be breezy, but the southerly wind blows the warmer weather back in. Highs will be in the mid 50s with mostly sunny skies.
Saturday keeps looking colder and colder, but we only dip back closer to average. Highs will be near 40 with mostly sunny skies and lighter winds.
Sunday still looks great! We will warm into the low 60s with mostly sunny skies.
The weather quickly goes downhill early next week. Strong winds start to blow in colder weather Monday, dropping highs down into the upper 30s. Skies will be mostly cloudy.
Some light wintry mix and snow could push into the area late Monday, with snow also possible on Tuesday. It looks like this system will just skim our area, meaning nothing too major looking at this point.
The main impact will be from the cold. We stay windy Tuesday with highs down in the upper teens under mostly cloudy skies.
Single-digit lows and afternoon teens continue Wednesday.
Cold air is here to stay into Thursday with an isolated chance for some snow.
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