It was a cool Thursday for the region, as northwest winds locked the chilly air mass in place. Skies were primarily clear though, and that looks to continue tonight. However, that will mean a very cold night by August standards.
Lows will fall between the low to mid-40s, as the breezy northwest winds become light. Transitioning into Friday though, warmer air races in. Highs will jump into the mid and upper-70s, while southwest winds increase around 5 to 15 miles per hour.
Tomorrow night, clouds and rain filter in from the north which will keep temps from dropping too far. Overnight lows are expected to bottom out in the mid-50s, while winds become light once again. Rain chances hang around for Saturday, so anticipate a wet start to the weekend.