Yesterday topped out at 78 degrees with severe storms.. More severe storms are possible today with highs in the upper 60s. A powerful cold front will move through later this morning into the early afternoon which may spark a few severe storms. Damaging gusty winds and hail are the primary threats again on this third and final day of severe weather this week.
Behind the front, it will become very blustery and cold. Today temperatures will fall rapidly. The wind will howl out of the NW up to 50 MPH, which is why there is Wind Advisory in effect at 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Highs tomorrow will only be in the low 50s but it will feel like the 40s and 30s because of the wind gusting up to 45 MPH.
Temps will dip down into the low to mid 30s by Saturday morning, so patchy frost is possible. Ample sunshine on Saturday will aid in the attempt for temps try to rebound close to seasonal levels. They may fall short with highs in the upper 50s. Don't worry about winter sticking around because temperatures will be back into the mid 60s for Easter and low 70s to start the work week.