High pressure will keep temperatures warm throughout the rest of the weekend, but that will change on Tuesday.
Cold air moved in overnight and will continue to come in throughout the morning hours. But these chilly temepratures will not be long-lived as we will recover quickly and will be only 1° shy of being on average.
We will see another cold overnight low in the 20s tonight.
Temepratures will stay seasonal for Saturday, but will continue warming up until Monday. This warming trend will eventually warm up into the 60s by Sunday.
But a backdoor cold front coming from our East will drop our temepratures down 10°-15°. High temperatures will be in the 40s.
This front will also bring in windy conditions Monday night into Tuesday.
Some humid air will be associated with this front to we will see a 10% chance of showers Monday night into Tuesday. This means the chance of snow flurries still stands on Tuesday because of the cold temperatures. But we will not see any snow accumulation.