Friday brought about sunshine to start off the day that lead to increasing clouds from the west as we headed into the afternoon. The clouds are associated with a backdoor cold front that will drop through the region this evening and then become stationary on Saturday. Before the front gets here high temperatures will have climbed into the middle 70s in most locations.
Isolated showers are possible later this evening and overnight via the intrusion of the cold front, these showers should not be widespread or very heavy though. Saturday presents a very interesting and changeable forecast as it completely depends on exactly where the front decides to go stationary. Locations that end up north of the stalled boundary will find their Saturday full of clouds, spotty showers and cooler temperatures. Areas south of the front will see partial clearing and very mild conditions.
By Sunday the front gets a move on back north as a warm front turning winds region wide back to out of the south. This means a return to very warm temperatures as highs climb well into the 80s by Sunday afternoon.
We hang on to the warm temperatures into early next week. 70s in the forecast for Monday before temperatures begin to do a tumble as we wrap up March and head into April. Highs by the middle of the week back to well below average in the lower 50s with an increased risk at more rain.
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