This first round of unsettled weather should maintain the wind through Saturday with a few mountain showers.
Friday evening will be uneventful for rain showers with the Red Flag Warning expiring at 9 pm. We will see another morning of warm low temperatures Saturday. Afternoon highs are expected to cool down to our averages thanks to a cold front that should pass through Saturday afternoon. This front will bring in more wind and a light chance for scattered rain showers. What showers do form over the weekend will be extremely light and will not bring much measurable rainfall. Showers will be less likely to form on Mother’s Day.
Another front will swing through the region for the start of next week. This will knock high temperature in the valleys down to the middle and upper 60s with at least a decent shot at getting some rain showers for the lower elevations. These rain showers could bring some measurable rainfall to the region on Monday and Tuesday, but by the middle of the week skies will clear up and some warmer temperatures are expected.