Relatively comfortable temperatures outside this evening in the low 50s with a few high cirrus clouds associated with the jet stream. We’ll continue to see thin clouds early this evening before turning mostly clear by midnight. Low temperatures tonight will be cold as we get close to freezing just before sunrise in the mid 30s. Tomorrow afternoon will once again be mostly sunny with a few thin clouds and a light Northerly breeze at 10 miles per hour. Tomorrow night will be a bit colder than tonight with lows reaching the upper 20s/low 30s areawide. Friday will feature mostly cloudy skies ahead of a developing system that will bring scattered rain chances for Saturday. That chance is now at 80%. Those showers will likely last overnight into Sunday. Temperatures will hover near average over the next 8 days.