After a brief cool-down, temperatures will begin to climb throughout the weekend.
By Friday, temperatures will rebound a bit, climbing into the mid 60s and remaining through the weekend.
Skies will remain clear with sun through Friday, but a chance for rain will return Saturday and into Sunday.
For those looking to spend some time outdoors, Friday will be the warmest and sunniest day of the week before the chance of rain, which is not set to taper off until early next week.
Looking ahead to next week, temperatures will start off in the 50s before once again returning to the 60s.
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