Tonight: Clear and cold. Lows near 40 in cities, but mid 30s in rural areas. Patchy frost possible there.
Friday: Mostly Sunny. High 69.
Saturday: Partly Sunny. High 66.
Sunday: Partly Sunny. Stray Shower Possible. High 71.
Monday: Mostly Cloudy. Few Showers. High 74.
It's breezy and dry for now with chilly mornings and nice afternoons. That weather pattern will continue for Friday, and into much of the weekend.
Right now we're caught in between low pressure off the coast and high pressure to our west. That difference in pressure is creating a strong breeze, which will continue for Friday. Gusts will reach around 25 mph at times.
For tonight, we will get cool quickly. Rural areas have potential to reach the mid 30s, which could be cold enough to create some patchy frost. If you've already planted in the yard, you'd be wise to cover those plants as a precaution. We'll warm to around 70 for Friday afternoon.
On Saturday, we'll have to carefully watch to our north. A sneaky, but weak, backdoor cold front could slide some cloud cover and slightly cooler temperatures our way. We'll call for highs in the mid 60s as of now.
Sunday will be warmer, and next week will be in the 70s with occasional showers possible at times.
The normal high is 66, and the normal low is 43.