After another chilly morning with scattered frost, sunshine giving way to increasing clouds. Temperatures will reach closer to seasonal levels—in the mid-60s.

A southern storm will bring periods of rain tonight and part of Friday, totaling upwards of an inch. Low pressure will push off to the east, allowing for dry weather and gradual clearing on Saturday. Temperatures will fall back below normal this weekend.

A frontal system attached to low pressure over the Great Lakes will bring showers Saturday night and again on Sunday afternoon, followed by chilly weather and leftover sprinkles early next week.


  • Thursday: Sun, increasing clouds, milder. High: 65
  • Tonight: Rain after midnight, moderate at times. Low 52
  • Friday: Showers, rumbles p.m. High 64
  • Saturday: Clouds a.m., some sun p.m., showers at night. High 65 (50)
  • Sunday: Scattered showers. High 60 (49)
  • Monday: Cloudy, breezy, cooler, showers p.m.. High 51 (39)
  • Tuesday: Mainly cloudy, sprinkles. High 54 (38)
  • Wednesday: Partly sunny. High 64 (45)