Cold front brings clouds
The weekend will start out with mostly cloudy skies but dry conditions as a weak cold front moves through to the north of the region on Saturday. The high temperature will make it up to 57 degrees in the warmer air ahead of the front.
Sunday will be partly cloudy and dry with high pressure moving back in over the region. The high temperature will warm to 59 degrees.
Monday will be partly cloudy and dry under high pressure with the high temperature warming again to 63 degrees.
Another cold front will move into the region on Tuesday, which will make for mostly cloudy skies along with showers late in the day. The high temperature will warm ahead of the front to 65 degrees.
Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with showers and a cooler high temperature of 55 degrees.
High pressure will move back in for Thursday and Friday for partly cloudy skies along with dry conditions. The high temperature both days will be in the middle to upper 50s.
Log on to wchstv.com for the latest weather information from the Eyewitness Storm Team.
-- Jim Barach, Chief Meteorologist WCHS/WVAH
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