Clouds remained though the front has moved on, but even those will be clearing overnight. Moderate winds from the north keep bringing in cool, dry air, so expect a few chilly nights in the low 40s this weekend. Afternoon highs will begin in the mid 60s on Saturday, but will warm quickly as we head into the work week.
That’s because another front is moving in, and while it’s not likely to bring a significant amount of rainfall, the Arctic air moving in will be quite a shock.
We’ll very likely see our first freezing temperatures of the fall season on Tuesday night after the front passes through earlier in the day. Temperatures slowly warm back into the low 60s by Thursday, but another front will be ready to move in soon after.