Leading up to Friday, a cold front passing through the region on Monday will bring cooler than average temperatures which will linger through much of the week as winds continue from the Northwest. On Thursday, a low pressure system is expected to form on the leeward side of the Rockies, tracking eastward to the Atlantic. The system will move past the region relatively quickly, but will bring increased moisture to the area in the mid levels, resulting in some cloudier conditions and the possibility of a few isolated showers.
High pressure will move in behind the low for Saturday and Sunday, keeping conditions relatively constant: lows in the 50's with highs in the 70's under partly cloudy skies. Potentially saturated air at the surface could lead to some low-lying or patchy fog in the morning, but will quickly disperse after sunrise.