The time frame for storm activity is from mid-afternoon Friday, June 2 to early morning Saturday, June 3.

The chances of storms and showers will increase on Friday night. (See the forecast model from the National Weather Service in the first image above.)

The storm will be sparked by a backdoor cold front passing from the east.

Generally high temperatures in the 80s to 90s are expected on Friday.

The passage of the frontal system will bring another temperature change this weekend, with a high of around 65 degrees and mostly cloudy on Saturday, June 3. (See the second and third images above from

A chance of light showers after dawn to mid-morning Saturday.

Overnight lows will be in the 40s to 50s Saturday night into Sunday morning.

Sunday, June 4, was mostly sunny and continued to be cool with temperatures above 60 degrees Fahrenheit.

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