Temperatures will climb into the mid-70s very quickly with plenty of sunshine this morning. Clouds will increase as an approaching cold front will move in by midday and bring showers by the afternoon. A rumble of thunder or two cannot be ruled out, but the showers will pass by quickly with rainfall just around 1/10". Temperatures will drop behind the passing of the front with temperatures falling into the 50s before dropping into the 30s overnight. We could see some patchy frost overnight. Wind gusts will exceed 20 mph at times today as the front passes through. Plenty of sunshine returns Thursday with highs only expected to be in the lower-60s. Thursday night will bring another chance for potential frost overnight as temperatures fall into the 30s once again. High pressure will build and temperatures will be on the rise from Friday through the weekend. Plenty of sunshine is likely Friday to Sunday as temperatures rise into the lower-80s. Memorial Day will continue with the sunshine and warmer weather with highs in the lower-80s. By Tuesday, we will see a slight cloud increase and temperatures in the mid-80s.