Clear skies across the area tonight with temperatures dropping into the upper 30s to lower 40s by Sunday morning.
Surface high pressure that has been overhead the last couple of days will continue to work off to our east on Sunday.
As a result, temperatures will be climbing into the mid and upper 60s on Sunday afternoon as southerly flow gets established.
Mainly sunny skies can be expected, but a few fair weather clouds may try and work in by the afternoon.
Still a pretty nice end to the holiday weekend.
The quiet pattern will continue into the first parts of the new week.
It will be milder, however, as highs settle into the lower 70s for Monday and Tuesday under more of a partly cloudy sky.
Clouds and a breezy southerly wind will move in for Wednesday ahead of our next low pressure system and associated cold front.
Scattered showers will possible throughout Wednesday afternoon, but a better chance for rain and a few thunderstorms will arrive Wednesday night into early Thursday morning as the front pushes through.
Clouds may linger into New Year's Eve afternoon, but the bulk of the shower activity will start to move out.
We turn much colder overnight and going into New Year's Day as lows drop close to the freezing degree mark with afternoon highs struggling to get into the low 50s under mainly sunny skies.
Of course, small details in the forecast can still change when we are talking 5+ days out!
Have a great rest of the weekend, y'all!
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