The metro area should wrap up the weekend with warm temperatures, making way for a cold front on Tuesday.
Sunday is expected to have a high in the low to mid-60s, National Weather Service meteorologist Chad Gimmestad said. The day is expected to be partly cloudy but there should be plenty of sunshine that breaks through, he said.
The weekend should end with an overnight low in the mid to upper 30s. Monday should be warmer with a high in the upper 70s, Gimmestad said. It should be partly cloudy again with the potential for a slight breeze.
A cold front is expected to arrive Tuesday, bringing in lots of wind. The high is expected to rest in the lower 60s, he said.
There’s a chance for rain that could turn into snow Friday night, but Gimmestad said it’s too far out to know for sure.