The warmest day of the week will feature periods of rain.
A frontal boundary will move through the area tomorrow, with showers beginning during the morning hours, becoming moderate to heavy at times throughout the day, according to the National Weather Service.
Periods of precipitation will continue through the evening hours, tapering off before midnight as the front moves from west to east. Between a half and three quarters of an inch is possible.
With a breezy southeasterly wind pushing in mild air, temperatures will rise to the middle 60s.
Friday will be mostly sunny and breezy. High temperatures in the upper 50s will feel cooler with a dry northwesterly wind.
The weekend will feature mostly sunny skies and daytime highs around 50 degrees.