EVENING: Clear and calmer. Temps in the 50s.

TONIGHT: Clear, calm and chilly. Patchy valley frost. Low 36.

SATURDAY: Sunny and seasonable. High 66.

SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy with stray PM showers. High 65.

Friday morning temperatures in the 30s did provide some isolated areas of frost, but much of the area remained frost/freeze free. Tonight will be clear and calm as we dip into the 30s again. Frost chances will remain isolated, but still exist into Saturday morning.

The weekend looks pleasant and more seasonable. Despite the chilly start tomorrow, more sunshine should help take afternoon temperatures back to more seasonable levels, in the mid-60s. Sunday will be just as warm, but not quite as nice. Clouds will be on the increase with a few stray showers by the late afternoon and evening. Next week will bring more of the same. Temperatures should get back into the 70s most days with more signs of a mainly dry forecast.

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder