After yet another chilly morning in the 40s, a warming trend will commence today. As we head into the weekend, warmer weather will return with above average temperatures.
In the meantime, grab the sweaters once again this morning. You'll need them as temperatures have settled into the middle and upper 40s along the urban corridor, with slightly colder readings across inland communities.
High pressure is set to control our weather providing us with plenty of sunshine and a cool breeze out of the north. This will keep our temperatures slightly below normal as they peak in the middle 70s under bright and sunny skies. Due to a freshly chilled Gulf of Mexico, beaches and coastal locations will more than likely hold in the lower 70s during the day.
Tonight, clear skies and light winds will allow temperatures to drop off quickly just after sunset, but it won't be quite as cold. Lower 50s will remain in the forecast for Saturday morning with middle 40s east of I-75. Afternoon highs will recover into the lower 80s under mostly sunny skies.