With an approaching cold front, ongoing scattered t-storms this afternoon/evening then diminish as daytime heating and instability wanes. A few stronger storms could develop this afternoon, but the risk of severe thunderstorms will be very limited. T
The front will continue to push to the east-southeast into the coastal waters tonight before stalling over the far offshore waters on Saturday. Lingering low level moisture trapped in the low-levels should keep a broken to overcast sky in place on Saturday. Temperatures are expected to drop into the 50s and lower 60s by Saturday morning in the wake of the front, and should only rise into the 70s Saturday afternoon. Lows will dip back into the 50s and lower 60s Saturday night as high pressure briefly lingers over the area.
A weak warm front will keep mostly cloudy conditions and the risk of scattered showers in place from Sunday through Tuesday.