Scattered showers and thundershowers with pockets of heavy rain and small hail will continue through Friday evening.
Skies will clear overnight and temperatures will fall fast. We are forecasting near record lows in the upper 30s. We have 38 in the forecast and the record low for Saturday morning is 36 degrees in 1973.
Saturday will start chilly with some sun. Clouds will build in the afternoon and there is a chance for an isolated shower. We are not forecasting a wash-out and there will be more dry weather than wet weather this weekend.
Sunday will be sunny, with a high of 68 degrees. 70s are back early next week and 80s arrive on Wednesday. Right now we are tracking a developing weather system toward the end of next week. The latest timing has rain chances late Wednesday through Thursday. We will keep you updated on those rain chances next week. It will not be a soggy as this week and it will be warmer.