Slow improvements are expected today behind a cold front that will pass through during the late morning. The front itself will bring a decent amount of clouds but not much in the way of precipitation. There may be a spotty shower around noon then more intervals of sunshine are likely as the day wears on. The winds will be picking up and temperatures will drop off as cooler air flows in from the west. Temperatures will still be well above average the next several days with highs in the 50's until more December-like readings arrive for the weekend. The E.T.A. of our next storm is Thursday night and this one means business. The fierce winds will be the primary concern and the rain secondary. This complex storm will linger to our north over the weekend keeping it windy and chilly with temperatures in the 40's.