On Thursday, a surface high builds and moves through the area and pushes a cold front to the southeast. This will bring a drier and cooler airmass. Skies will be mostly sunny and highs should reach the upper 70s close to 80, but it will feel nicer since humidity levels will be low.
On Friday, an increasing southwesterly flow across the area from the surface high shifting east will bring a warmer and more humid airmass into the area. Skies should generally stay mostly clear, with highs reaching the lower 80s.
Storms will start to move into the area on Friday night with an approaching cold front, setting up for what looks like a wet beginning to Saturday. Showers and thunderstorms are likely during the morning through the early evening. As time gets closer, we can nail down the timing of this system. Highs are expected to reach the middle 70s. Chance of rain is 70%. Winds will be gusty at times, as high as 25 MPH at times. As of now, no severe weather expected.
The rain moves out of the area Saturday night, but the clouds stick around for Sunday. Temperatures will be cooler, as highs are only expected to reach the middle 60s. Expect breezy conditions, with gusts up to 20 MPH at times. Might need a light jacket and a hat.
Just remember that we will have live radar up and running on our blog site, and I'll have weather updates on my Twitter feed @RaceWx4You. Have a great day.