Posted: May 2, 2014 5:27 AM by Meteorologist Josh Eachus
Lingering clouds should filter out slightly by midday allowing for some sunshine. The break in area skies will be brief though as another weak upper level disturbance returns one more batch of clouds this afternoon and into the overnight hours. Like Wednesday and Thursday, a spotty sprinkle can't be ruled out, but it appears unlikely. With light northerly winds, high temperatures will again stick in the middle 70s with nighttime thermometers retreating back to the low 50s.
Should clouds linger into Saturday Morning, they will yield to blue real estate and sun from above by the afternoon. As the northerly breeze shifts westerly, Saturday's highs will work back to average-near 80°. Sunday will begin a bit warmer than the previous mornings, in the upper 50s with clear skies. Expect another full slate of sun on Sunday with slightly warmer readings in the middle 80s. Summing it up-your outdoor plans are in fabulous shape!