A cold front passed through the city early this morning, clearing out a lot of the humidity and setting the stage for a mostly sunny day with a high near 70 degrees. One potential fly in the ointment is an upper-level disturbance that may produce a few cumulus clouds and a passing shower, but the chance of rain is slight and will most likely stay west of the city.

'Upper-level disturbance' should be the buzzword of the weekend as a somewhat stronger version is expected to pass overhead tomorrow. Combine that with a bit more humidity and there's a small chance of a scattered shower or thunderstorm tomorrow afternoon and evening. Saturday's high will again be in the upper 60s to lower 70s.

A weak cold front is expected to venture into the region on Saturday night, followed by a second cold front on Sunday night. Between those frontal passages, Sunday is going to be windy with a chance of showers or thunderstorms. Sunday won't be quite as warm with the high expected to only reach the mid 60s. A high pressure system will put an end to the chance of rain shenanigans, with clear skies and highs in the mid to upper 60s expected from Monday through Wednesday.