The clouds finally move out overnight and warmer air slowly moves in from the southwest. Clear to partly cloudy skies and low temperatures in the mid to upper-thirties are on tap for Thursday night. With a warm front lifting to our North, and high pressure to our Southeast, southerly winds continue Friday that will lead to a significant warm up over the next three days. The southerly winds will also boost moisture and as another disturbance builds our way, get ready for a wet stretch to start Friday night and continue at times through the weekend, but mainly on Sunday. The best opportunities for rain is Friday night, early Saturday morning and during the day on Sunday.