An upper-level disturbance approaching from the west will increase our clouds, which will in turn cause increasing rain showers beginning late Saturday afternoon.
The associated weak cold front will clear us out by Sunday afternoon, making late-day Sunday the best part of the weekend for outdoor plans.
Tonight will be mainly clear and rather chilly with a low of 54, as temperatures rise toward daybreak.
Saturday, expect increasing cloudiness from the southwest; breezy, mild and more humid, with scattered showers developing toward evening -- also from the southwest -- and a high of 71.
Saturday night we will have scattered showers with a low of 59.
The rain ends on Sunday morning, with increasing sunshine from late morning through sunset, light winds, and a really nice with an afternoon high of 79.
Enjoy your weekend.