The warm weather continues for one more day.
After hitting the upper 70s yesterday, we'll get a bit warmer today with mostly sunny skies and light southeast winds.
A cold front will move through the state tomorrow, touching off scattered showers and thunderstorms but no severe weather is anticipated.
Temperatures will cool down into the mid 60s Thursday and near 58 on Friday.
Friday will be dry but we have another chance for rain Saturday as a reinforcing shot of cold air pushes in and keeps temperatures below normal for Mother's Day weekend.
Expect mostly cloudy skies and showers on Saturday with clearing skies for Mother's Day.
The sunshine sticks then for Monday and Tuesday as temperatures recover quickly-- into the mid 60s on Monday and the mid to upper 70s by Tuesday.
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