One strong cold front just moved through and another stronger one is on the way and will arrive here with very cold temperatures for the early and mid-part of next week. More rain will accompany the next front followed by rapid clearing with sunshine taking the edge off of the Canadian air.
Saturday will be cloudy and chilly with less wind occasional patchy drizzle and a high of only 58.
Saturday night expect drizzle otherwise cloudy and very cool with a low of 52.
Sunday will be a little milder but still cloudy with generally light winds and isolated showers late in the day with a high of near 60.
Another very strong cold front on Monday will send temperatures into the 30’s for overnight lows and in inland areas near freezing during the first half of next week.