Ladies, get those ponytail holders out! It's going to be breezy out there today!
We're heading out to temperatures in the low to mid 40s in our communities this morning. A passing cold front overnight is expected to play a part in Friday afternoon's high temperature. Not only will we keep conditions on the breezy side, but a northwesterly wind will be strong, ushering in that cool air. Those conditions will affect our afternoon high temperatures - only reaching the mid 50s. Thankfully, the sunshine will be sticking around for the entire day!
However, we're going to see a transition in the weather pattern this weekend. Changes will begin happening overnight with partly cloudy skies and lows dipping into the mid 30s. Ahead of a cold front, rain chances will start entering the Tri-State tomorrow morning between 8 and 9 a.m. Expect scattered rainfall through Saturday afternoon into the early hours of Sunday. It won't be an all weekend washout, but Saturday will probably be looking out for the most rainfall. Peak temperature both days will reach into the upper 50s and low 60s. By early Sunday morning, the cold front should be well to the southeast of the Tri-State. This will make way to clearing skies Sunday afternoon.
Our next work week looks quiet, though seasonably cool; afternoon highs Monday through Friday of next week will range between mid 50s and low 60s. Right now, there aren't any signs of rain chances!