Canadian high pressure will continue to produce blustery conditions overnight and Friday morning.
A warming trend is expected to carry us through the weekend before another series of cold fronts hit us the first half of next week.
Tonight, expect drizzle and light rain to end, but it will still be windy and colder with a low of 43 and wind chills in the 30's.
Friday will start cold but improve throughout the day, with sunshine returning decreasing winds, but still chilly with a high of only 59.
Friday night, expect mainly clear skies nearly calm and cold with a low of 42.
Saturday expect a mix of clouds and sunshine, generally light winds, and warmer temperatures with a high of 65.
Sunday will be mostly cloudy to cloudy/breezy, and a lot more humid, with a high of 75.