A clearing trend is underway as a cold front approaches our counties from the northwest. This will enhance the drying trend around the region, and allow a decrease in the humidity for the end of this week. Morning temperatures will also reflect a cooler feel, below average by a few degrees in the mid 50s to around 60° Friday morning. Sunlight will be broad and abundant in the rest of the morning and afternoon hours as readings quickly rebound, topping out in the low to mid 80s area-wide. Saturday will feature another mainly sunny and warm day after a cool start. Sunday will also be dry, but a few more clouds arrive late. The next cold front Monday and Tuesday will bring a few showers and then a legitimately chilly air mass into the area, likely pushing midweek lows well into the 40s and even a few upper 30s for interior areas.
--Casanova Nurse, Chief Meteorologist