Winds stayed up overnight so this morning has bought more low clouds than fog. Onshore flow will have us pretty warm for today with a few showers possible especially this afternoon ahead of a system that is expected to move through the region tonight. Rain chances increase throughout the day, with the greatest chance of rain overnight. The threat of thunderstorms is low as the instability is lacking, but I have included a slight chance of thunder in the forecast tonight with frontal passage. Cold air advection will quickly kick in behind the cold front, as daytime highs Friday will be at least 20 degrees cooler. Struggling to reach 50 degrees. Clearing skies Friday evening and cold pool will result in lows dropping into the upper 20s and lower 30s across the entire forecast area Friday night.
We will be back into the freezer for overnight lows over the weekend and into early next week. A reinforcing cold front should sweep through on Saturday, as High-pressure will build across the region. Highs will only climb into the middle to upper 40s both Saturday and Sunday, but lows Saturday night should fall into the lower to middle 20s over northern half of the region, and the upper 20s and lower 30s elsewhere. A HARD FREEZE is likely Saturday night into Sunday morning.