Thursday’s cold front will have a quick impact for the Sunrise Side. Tonight’s temperatures will drop into the teens as winds shift out of the northwest while skies slowly clear. Friday’s weather will dry with partly cloudy skies but about 25° cooler than Wednesday and Thursday. The final drive of cold air sinks in Friday night as mostly clear skies help readings to dip into the single digits.
This weekend’s outlook shows milder times than Friday’s as highs climb into the lower 30s with partly sunny skies and spotty chances of snow showers. All eyes turn towards Monday when a potent new system brings the chance of a rain/snow mix which plans to stick around through Tuesday as temperatures dabble in the 30s.