After a high of 83° made today the warmest day of 2020, we will be cooling off substantially this weekend as a backdoor cold front moves through overnight Friday/early Saturday morning. This will turn winds to the northeast and kick up the cloud cover, which will in turn keep temperatures down into the upper 60s for Saturday afternoon. It’ll feel like quite a difference from the three straight days of 80s we’ve had this week, that’s for sure.
Shower chances will increase as the day goes on Sunday as the front wobbles along to the south and a wave of low pressure develops to the west. Temperatures will once again be held to the mid-to-upper 60s in the afternoon with light rain in the area. It’s conceivable this could go a little lower, too, as these high pressure wedge setups often err on the cool side of things.