A cold front will bring a few showers Thursday, but the rain won't add up to much.
Noticably warmer air surges ahead of a cold front, when temperatures surge towards 70 degrees with an abundance of clouds.
A shower is possible as the front moves through. The best chance will be during the afternoon.
An early look at Friday and the weekend shows dry weather coupled with seasonable high temperatures, in the lower and middle 60s.
A hard freeze is possible Saturday morning as a large high pressure center moves overhead.
Scattered showers are expected Monday and some of those showers may linger into Tuesday and Wednesday as temperatures soar to near 70 degrees.