An unseasonably warm air mass will remain in place across the region for the end of the workweek and start of the weekend. As a result, it will continue to feel more like May than February with highs in the 80s tomorrow and Saturday.
A cold front will move in from the west on Saturday and this front will put an end to the springlike warmth. The front will cause a shower and thunderstorm in some places Saturday afternoon. Behind the front, more seasonable air will move into the area and Sunday will feel more like late February should. It will still be a nice day, though, with sunshine and highs near 60.
The cooler spell won't last long. The front will retreat northward as a warm front early next week. This will cause an increase in clouds again on Monday with rain breaking out during the afternoon. Then on Tuesday temperatures shoot back up well into the 70s again. There may be showers around early Tuesday before the front lifts north of the area.
Another cold front will move into the area later next week. On Wednesday, March starts out with another May-like day with highs in the 80s again, but then the front will move through Wednesday night or Thursday. This front could cause more widespread showers and thunderstorms when it does move through.
Behind that front, look for a return to more seasonable temperatures again, and early indications are that the chillier air moving in at the end of next week will be longer lasting.
Have a great evening!