Daytime temperatures are expected to warm up over the weekend. Photo by Adam Wolfe

After a week of true “winter weather,” the temperatures are expected to climb back into the high 60s for the weekend.

According to the National Weather Service, the temperature highs are expected to reach the mid to high 60s for the weekend, but overnight lows are still expected to push the freezing threshold.

Friday should see a temperature spike to the high 60s. According to the NWS, Friday should see sunny skies with a high temperature of 69 degrees. The wind is expected to stay near 5 mph, but gusts could reach 10 mph throughout the day. The overnight low is expected to drop to 35 degrees, so residents should still be alert for freezing hazards.

Saturday is expected to stay warm with mostly sunny skies and a high near 68 degrees. The wind is expected to stay calm near 5 mph and the overnight low should drop to 37 degrees. Clouds are expected to move in throughout the evening, but no moisture is expected.

Sunday is projected to see a drop in temperature, but the forecast still calls for a high near 64 degrees. The overnight low may drop to 35 degrees and wind gusts should remain calm near 5 mph.

Next week is expected to remain in the mid 60s, but more information will be available at the end of the weekend.

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