Partly cloudy skies this evening will become mostly clear overnight. Lows will fall to the teens and twenties by daybreak.
Saturday will be cooler with thicker clouds along with the passage of a cold front. Highs will be in the twenties and thirties with increasing north winds throughout the day. Winds will gusts as high as forty miles per hour on occasion as temperatures remain steady or slowly fall during the afternoon. Along with the clouds and cooler air, scattered flurries or light snow showers will also be possible. Any snow that falls will stay less than a half inch.
Sunday will be cold. After morning lows in the single digits and teens below zero, highs will only make the single digits and teens above zero. The cold air will last into next week along with scattered light snow. While the moisture is limited, an inch or two of snow cannot be ruled out on any given day.