High temperatures will be in the lower 50s.
Tomorrow: Partly sunny, colder. There is a chance it stays entirely offshore or bring a period of light snow/mix. It's still not answerable for at least a couple more days. Even colder air is likely in the forecast Saturday night with lows in the mid 40s.
Since the front will move through early in the day, temperatures will be falling past morning. Winds will gust 10 to 20 miles per hour through the day. "The rain is expected to exit the area before we get to freezing, so I'm not expecting any frozen precipitation". Temperatures will struggle to climb out of the 40s Saturday with a more sun than clouds. Winds will shift from the west by morning in the wake of our front.
As cold air settles into the region behind the passage of a cold front, temperatures will be on the decrease throughout the day. The rain will come to an end overnight with clearing skies and breezy conditions. For Tuesday, temperatures will range from the 40s in the morning to the upper 60s in the afternoon.
Tuesday: Cloudy, cold and windy, high will struggle to get to 50. As high temperatures drop off Wednesday - topping out in the 40s on Friday, Saturday and Sunday - the cold air could also bring a wintry mix of precipitation on Friday.
Today (Tuesday): Pockets of drizzle or mist under mostly cloudy skies should dry out middle to late morning. And a clipper type system moving down the back side of the upper trough over the eastern third of the nation will have potential to squeeze out snow flurries, or perhaps a few snow showers over the northern third of the state.
Rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches look possible between now and Thursday morning. Sunday will be the coldest yet with lows in the upper 20s and a sunny (but chilly) afternoon in the lower 50s.
Cloudy and chilly with a 50% chance for scattered showers.
1/10 (→): Still low chances, but activity Friday night, at times this weekend, and maybe toward Tuesday of next week are worth watching.