Enjoy temperatures in the 70s this week before an expected cool-down. Photo by Adam Wolfe

Temperatures are expected to warm up throughout the week and reach the high 70s before a cold front moves in for the weekend.

According to the National Weather Service, temperature highs should gradually climb to the high 70s by Thursday. The warm temperatures aren’t expected to last though. A cold front is projected to blow in over the weekend and drop the temperatures back to the low 60s.

Monday’s forecast calls for sunny skies with a high near 76 degrees. The wind is expected to be calm near 5 mph with occasional gusts up to 10 mph. Some clouds may move in overnight, but no moisture is expected, and the overnight low should drop to 39 degrees.

Tuesday is expected to see similar weather. The forecast calls for sunny skies with a high near 75 degrees.  The wind is expected to stay calm near 5 mph, and the overnight low is projected to drop to 39 degrees.

Wednesday should see sunny skies with a slight increase in temperature to 76 degrees. The wind is expected to remain calm near 5 mph, and the overnight low should drop to 40 degrees. Clouds could move in throughout the night, but no moisture is expected.

Thursday is projected to be the warmest day of the week. The forecast calls for sunny skies with a high near 78 degrees. The wind is expected to remain near 5 mph, but afternoon gusts should increase to 10 mph. Clouds are expected to blow in overnight, and the temperature should drop to 46 degrees.

Friday is expected to usher in a cold from with partly cloudy skies. According to the NWS, temperatures will drop to the low 60s throughout the weekend.

More information on the weekend weather outlook will be available as the work week comes to a close.

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