It did take a little longer than we would have liked but the sun finally peaked through late this afternoon. That nice sunshine will not last long as increasing clouds and rain chances are expected over the weekend.
A weak frontal boundary will near the area on Saturday bringing lots of clouds and maybe an isolated chance for a shower. The better chance for rain will come on Sunday as the boundary stalls over the region. This will not be an all day rain event but do note there will be the chance for showers and maybe an isolated thunderstorm as you go about your weekend activities.
The better news comes in the temperature department as milder weather is expected over the weekend. Highs should top out in the upper 60s for Saturday and Sunday, with 70s possible as we move into next week.
This frontal boundary will finally be swept away as an upper disturbance passes through on Tuesday. Expect a better chance for rain and thunderstorms as the disturbance slides through the area; before we hopefully clear things out for the remainder of the week.
A cold front could bring some more cool weather by the end of the week but overall, no major cold air is expected over the next several days.
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Have a great weekend!
-7Stormteam Meteorologist Zack Fradella
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