Cooler pattern taking shape this weekend and a few flurries will be found as well. A slow moving cold front will increase cloud cover today and allow for a few spotty sprinkles. We will have to wave good bye to the 50's for a couple of days, with the 40's taking their place through Monday. There isn't a lot of moisture found behind the front, so it will be harder to get any rain from it. The cloud cover moves in with the front, and will stick around through Saturday as well. High pressure will build in on Sunday afternoon. It will be moving in from the north, so it will keep temperatures in the 40's through Monday. It will be on the chilly side in the evening as overnight lows fall into the 20's.
We have just enough moisture with a stalled boundary to the south of us to allow for light rain or a light rain snow mix on Saturday. It will feel better on Sunday the first day of spring, temperatures will be similar to Saturday, but with the high pressure, we will see a lot more sunshine.