The last few nights have been frigid, but way warmer weather is rapidly moving in. A slow-moving frontal system is approaching, which will take over a full day to move through. Cloud cover has already begun to increase, and there’s a slight chance of rain around the sunrise hours. We’ll have to wait until the afternoon/evening for more significant activity, which only seems to be scattered showers right now.
A thunderstorm isn’t out of the question, but will be hard to come by through Thursday’s overnight hours.
By Friday morning, the off chance of an isolated shower remains though cooler, drier air will be moving in by the afternoon. That means the back end of Friday will see clearing and cooling, leading to another long period of sunny, drier weather. This trend lasts through most of next week, with seasonal temperatures (highs near 60/lows near 45) and sunny skies.