Tonight will be similar to last night with calming winds and rapid cooling, allowing temperatures to get down into the low 40's overnight.
Tomorrow will be several degrees cooler due to the overnight cooling, seeing high temperatures in the upper 60's with mostly sunny skies.
Saturday we will be in the 70's one more time before we watch a strong cold front bringing some of the coolest air we've seen in this area down from Canada.
The cold front should pass through on Sunday, so we will only get into the upper 50's under partly cloudy skies.
Overnight Sunday into Monday we will dip well below freezing into the upper 20's with wind chills making it feel like it is in the teens.
Monday we will only get into the 40's for daytime highs and once again dipping into the 20's for overnight lows.
We will slowly warm back into the 50's for the middle of next week but it is looking like it should at or below average for the foreseeable future.
Also, the rain chances that were mentioned yesterday seem to have fizzled out for the most part, there just will not be enough moisture this far south to see any rain.