Unseasonably mild temperatures will stick around Thursday under partly sunny skies. Temperatures will be in the low to mid-60s. The record high for Thursday is 67 set back in 2005. Overnight, mostly clear skies are expected with lows falling into the upper-30s, close to 40. A cold front will approach Friday with clouds increasing in the morning as well as breezy conditions. Gusts will be upwards of 25 mph at times. Showers will develop into the afternoon and continue into Friday night. Rainfall amounts will average near 1/3". Behind the front, we will see cooler temperatures under fair skies. Saturday and Sunday, temperatures will be in the low to mid-40s. Northwesterly winds will make it feel colder than it is, so make sure to bundle up this weekend! Isolated chances for showers will be possible both days, but most will remain dry. Partly sunny skies are likely on Monday with highs continuing in the low to mid-40s. Rain showers will return Tuesday and into Wednesday as low pressure moves in from our West. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper-40s on Tuesday and Wednesday. A few snow showers could be possible along with the rain showers.