Tonight will be another chilly evening, but not quite as cold as last night. An upper level disturbance brought us some extra cloudiness today which made temperatures struggle to reach fifty degrees. Tonight a weak and dry cold front will cause temperatures to fall below freezing in our northern and western communities, while southern and eastern areas will see overnight lows in the mid 30s with lingering cloud cover.
Tomorrow we will see a mixture of sun and clouds with afternoon highs warming up to near 60. A chance for rain creeps back up on us Sunday night and into Monday with an approaching low pressure system. On Tuesday we will see another arctic invasion which will bring overnight lows back into the 20s by Wednesday.
Gulf moisture plus very cold air could bring us an interesting forecast for Tuesday night; a forecast that involves wintry precipitation.