The weekend got off to a superb start Saturday morning with mostly sunny skies. Clouds quickly filled in by the afternoon, still leaving plenty of sunshine to be found with high temperatures topping out in the mid 70s.
Scattered showers are moving across the region right now, along with a few pop-up isolated thundershowers. Nothing severe is expected, but select thundershowers could be capable of producing very gusty winds through the evening.
Recent precipitation is associated with a cold front that will be pushing through Saturday night. This cold front will be responsible for shifting out winds out of the north overnight. The northerly component to our winds Sunday means highs will not be as warm as they were Saturday but still not too bad. We should top out in the mid 60s by Sunday afternoon.
Our weather pattern will turn very unsettled by the start of the work-week as a slow-moving storm pushes east and we will probably stay on the unsettled side through at least Thursday.