STORM WATCH: Rain, windy conditions move in overnight; wind gusts up to 60 mph

Rain and windy conditions will move in overnight into Friday morning, bringing some wind gusts between 50 and 60 mph.
The rain will end by 7 a.m. Friday and the rest of the day will be mostly sunny, windy and cold, with temperatures dropping into the 30s by later in the afternoon.
Saturday will be mostly sunny and cold with an arctic front moving through late in the day toward evening. A flurry or snow squall is possible.
Sunday will be sunny and cold with highs only in the mid-30s.
OVERNIGHT: Cloudy and very windy with rain late. The rain will be heavy at times and a thunderstorm is also possible. All the rain will be done with by 7 a.m. Low of 50.
FRIDAY: Early rain ends, becoming mostly sunny, windy and turning colder. Early high of 53 with dropping temps into the afternoon.
SATURDAY: Partly sunny, brisk and colder. A late day flurry or snow squall possible. High of 39.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny and cold. High of 36.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny and milder. High of 48.
TUESDAY: Cloudy with rain developing. High of 49.