After a windy and mild end to the week, chilly air will filter in over the weekend with weaker winds and a few showers.
Temperatures Thursday and Friday topped out at 67 degrees, 10 degrees above the average. Highs for Saturday will barely touch the 50s, while Sunday's highs are expected drop to 42.
Lows will drop back down to around freezing over the weekend as well.
In addition to the chilly air, showers will be around all day Saturday and early Sunday.
Nicer days are on their way, however. After the morning showers on Sunday, a drying trend will grip the area through the middle of the week.
Air will remain chilly on Monday but will rebound back to near 60 on Tuesday. Lows will also gradually return to the mid-40s.
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