Though it will be a damp end to the workweek, the sun will make a few appearances through the weekend.
Friday pushed to 50 degrees, but the sky remained mostly cloudy throughout the day.
Sunshine will arrive on Saturday, though the temperature will not climb quite as high as the previous day. The mercury will rest at 47 degrees before dropping to a low of 31 degrees at night.
More sun will close out the weekend. Although the high is forecast to push to 50 degrees, breezy conditions may make it feel cooler.
Those looking to get outside should do so on Saturday or Sunday as cloudy skies and the chance for showers will return to start the week.
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