Thursday will start off with temperatures in the mid-50s and with some areas of patchy fog. The cold front that passed by overnight will cool the weather today with showers tapering off in the morning. We saw our high at midnight and temperatures will slightly warm up for the afternoon, but not as warm as we were at midnight. Cloudy skies will continue and diminish as the afternoon goes on. By tonight, we will see partly cloudy skies and lows in the mid-30s. High pressure is expected to control our weather for the next several days, keeping us on the dry side. Partly sunny skies are likely Friday as highs rise into the lower-50s followed by plenty of sunshine for the holiday weekend. Easter festivities will have mostly sunny skies and highs rising into the mid-50s. Mostly sunny skies continue on Monday with highs rising into the mid-60s. Clouds will increase by Tuesday with temperatures in the upper-60s. Wednesday will bring the comeback of the 70s under partly sunny skies.