Winds on Thursday will start from the east, but will shift towards the south as the day progresses, with mostly cloudy conditions expected in the mid levels during the morning to mid-afternoon, with partly cloudy skies for the later afternoon. A slight chance for isolated showers is possible around mid-day as the front begins its approach; rainfall would likely be in the form of light drizzle. Conditions for Friday will begin as mostly to fully clear before partly to mostly cloudy skies move in during the afternoon. Winds will largely be from the north to northwest during the day; a similar chance for precipitation to Thursday is expected.
The northwesterly winds on Friday will cool temperatures on Saturday to a low in the upper 40's. High pressure building in behind the front will cause winds to shift to the east to northeast, keeping temperatures relatively cool into the day. Zonal upper level flow will cause clear skies for the majority of the day, though some light cloud cover in the low levels may move in during the afternoon to evening.