Patchy frost will be possible in outlying areas early Friday morning with more widespread frost likely across the area late Sunday night into early Monday.
High pressure will build in from the west today and remain in place through the end of the week. A cold front will arrive from the northwest Friday night resulting in another round of showers into Saturday. Strong high pressure following this front will bring the next surge of colder air for Sunday into early next week.
In the forecast, sunny today and tomorrow. 60 percent chance of rain Friday night and Saturday then more sunshine through Wednesday of next week. Highs 63-65 through Saturday. Only 55-57 Sunday and Monday, warming to 65 on Tuesday and back to 58 on Wednesday. Lows will be 35 tonight, up to 51 tomorrow night, 42 Saturday night and right on the freezing mark at 32 Sunday night. 40-42 overnight Monday and Tuesday.