It's was a pleasant but breezy afternoon as temperatures made it into the upper 50s and lower 60s. The winds will diminish tonight and we have one more mild and dry day to go before changes come in for the new work week.
A weak cold front moves through the region tonight but it has very little moisture associated with it. Overall we will just see a few clouds tonight with lows dropping back into the middle 30s. Winds will become light late tonight. Mostly sunny skies are expected tomorrow with highs in the upper 50s to around 60.
Low pressure makes its way from the Gulf of Mexico into the Great Lakes, setting up shop in the Midwest. This low pressure system will add some clouds to our weather on Sunday evening, and some chances for rain as we get in to the beginning of the week.
We'll turn closer to average on Monday, temperature-wise, topping off in the 40s with scattered showers.
FYI- Don't forget to set you clocks forward tonight before you go to bed as we spring ahead to Daylight Saving Time! This means we lose an hour of sleep but we gain an hour of light in the evenings. The sun will set Sunday evening at 6:55p.
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