TONIGHT: Clouds Increase Overnight. Lo 35. Winds: Light.

SUNDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Scattered Light Showers. Hi 46. Winds: SE 5-10 mph.

MONDAY: Cloudy, Stray Light Showers. Hi 49. Winds: SW 5-10 mph.

What a day! With the help of sunshine, highs broke into the low to mid 50s…overachieving by a good 5 degrees. Earlier clouds have exited east but we’ll see another push of clouds late as a cold front approaches. This front will bring us some light showers from late-morning through mid-afternoon Sunday, but rainfall amounts look negligible. A few more stray showers are possible Monday before the front crosses, followed by seasonably chilly weather developing toward midweek.

A few flurries are possible early Tuesday but mainly dry weather is expected for mid-week. A fast-moving system is showing up for late Wednesday into Thursday but the track of this low is still up in the air. Some kind of a wintry mix is possible Thursday morning if the storm doesn’t miss to our south…which is starting to become more likely. It will certainly feel like winter again as highs stay in the 30s and overnight lows dip into the 20s. Models are even honing in on a brief shot of Arctic air as we head toward the start of next weekend. Highs will only be in the 20s with overnight lows in the teens Saturday before temperatures bounce back the following week.

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo