Temps rise for the weekend, but rain may dampen the fun
This weekend may see record-high temperatures, but at least part of the weekend will be marred by some rain.
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Dave Curren says that Sunday could see temperatures reaching the low-70s.
Friday night will see mainly clear skies with overnight lows dipping into the upper-20s.
Saturday will see mostly cloudy skies and high temperatures slightly warmer in the low-50s. Saturday night will continue to see clouds. Overnight lows will be around 41 degrees.
Temperatures will shoot up into the upper-60s and low-70s on Sunday. Those warmer temperatures will be coupled with rain for most of the morning. Partly cloudy skies will remain overnight. Sunday night lows will dip into the low-50s.
Monday will start off clear, but clouds and rain will develop later in the day. There is the possibility for a thunderstorm. Daytime highs will be around 62 degrees, with overnight lows dropping into the low-40s.
Tuesday is expected to see partly cloudy skies, with the possibility for a little more rain. Daytime highs will be around 51 degrees. Temperatures will drop into the low-30s overnight, with mostly clear skies.