A trough toward our northwest is going to increase our cloud cover this evening, and we'll keep some of that cloud cover with us through the start of next week. This cloud cover will act as a blanket overnight, keeping some of the heat of the day in, and as a result, we won't be as cold as we were Saturday morning. The winds have also shifted toward the SW so that has helped.
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy skies with a low of 32° and SW winds 5-10mph.
SUNDAY: Partly cloudy with a high of 61° and WNW winds 5-10mph.
Once the skies clear Wednesday, temperatures will climb up to the mid 60s potentially toward the weekend. Low temperatures won't fluctuate much, so we don't expect any hard freezes for the time being.