The unseasonable warmth we've been experiencing will last through Saturday with highs near 50 both Friday and Saturday.
Our dry conditions will last through Thursday morning with rain and storms developing in the afternoon ahead of a strong and moisture laden area of low pressure lifting northward from the tip of Texas.
The chance for rain and storms will continue through Saturday with winter making a big return on Sunday. Highs that day will be in the 20s with a chance of snow showers. By next Wednesday, the coldest air of the season will spill across the area from Canada.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. Highs near 43 and lows near 32.
Thursday: Cloudy with rain possible and isolated storms in the afternoon and evening. Highs near 43, lows near 40.
Friday: Cloudy and warm with isolated rain showers. Highs near 50 and lows near 41.
Saturday: Cloudy with rain possible and changing to snow overnight. Highs near 51 and lows near 26.
Sunday: Cloudy, breezy and cooler with snow showers. Highs near 27 and lows near 17.
Monday: Partly sunny and cold with highs near 29 and lows near 14.
Tuesday: Partly sunny with a chance of flurries. Highs near 31 and lows near 16.
Wednesday: Partly sunny and cold with highs in the teens and lows near single digits.