Sunny skies are expected through today with cool temperatures and breezy conditions relaxing this afternoon. With any lingering low level moisture fully flushed out by tonight, conditions will be primed for strong radiational cooling and cold temperatures. Lows will drop into the lower to middle 40s across inland areas with only areas south of the interstate in the upper 40s. Clear skies will remain in place through Saturday night as temperatures begin to slowly modify.
A reinforcing frontal passage will occur on Sunday, providing for a few passing clouds, but the bigger impact will be surge of much colder air into the area from the northern Plains states. In advance of the front on Sunday, temperatures should warm back into the lower 70s, but temperatures will plunge into the 40s for most locations Sunday night as the colder airmass advects in from the north. Breezy conditions are expected near water sources and the beach with of 15 to 20 mph expected through the night. Clears skies and cool autumn temperatures will continue through next week.