Temperatures will continue to cool into Saturday morning with the low near 60 °F, 15 °C. In addition to the cool down, there is a chance of scattered showers with thunderstorms possible between Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. The front is expected to be an Ana Cold Front, where the majority of precipitation occurs after it has passed. What could increase precipitation chances is the fact that model runs have shown the front largely stagnating as it becomes disjointed from the low that is still continuing its way northward.
Surface winds will continue mostly from the northwest through the end of the weekend with temperatures around 70 °F, 20 °C on Saturday and in the mid 70's °F, mid 20's °C on Sunday. Mostly cloudy skies are likely on Saturday as upper level winds continue to bring moisture from the Atlantic to the region due to the aforementioned zonal flow. Once upper level winds transport the moisture out of the area, conditions on Sunday will be mostly clear to partly cloudy with the main concentration of cloud cover in the lower levels. Cooler temperatures overnight paired with clearing skies could result in some fog during the morning hours on Sunday.