A cold front crossing the state will keep rain around through early afternoon, gradually tapering off to drizze. Temperatures will slowly fall through the 40s, as colder air arrives from the northwest.

Behind the frontal system, unseasonably cold and blustery weather will return for the weekend. Scattered flurries are likely early on Saturday, before high pressure will builds over the region. Skies will start off cloudy, and then turn partly cloudy.

Afternoon temperatures will only reach the 30s both Saturday and Sunday, averaging 15-20 degrees below normal.

Next week will bring a return to sunny and seasonal conditions early in the week. The next chance for rain will come on Thursday.


  • Friday: Periods of rain, breezy. Slowly ralling temps. (40s)
  • Tonight: Mostly cloudy, brisk, cold. Low 27
  • Saturday: Early flurries, mainly cloudy, brisk, cold. High 33
  • Sunday: Partly cloudy. High 37 (21)
  • Monday: Sunny, seasonal. High 46 (22)
  • Tuesday: Sunshine, milder. High 52 (26)
  • Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High 57 (32)
  • Thursday: Showers, mild. High 61 (43)