A few nice days and cold nights are ahead as high pressure continues to build into the area. The center of the high-pressure should be over the area Wednesday with light winds. Winds will then slowly become easterly as the high sifts east through the end of the work week. As Friday night into Saturday comes into focus, winds will rise and be more southeasterly along with a warm front lifting north and rain setting in.
As the system tracks across the Southern U.S. on Saturday rain chances likely through much of Saturday. At times we could see some heavy rainfall, and maybe a few thunderstorms. The system will move fast and move out of the area by Sunday with clouds lingering throughout the region. By Monday a big cool down with sunnier skies and cold nights expected.