With clearing trend northwest to southeast, highs reached 50s to 60 today.
Lows tonight will drop to 36-42 over the area.
The coldest temperatures (36-37) will be over Cass, Miami, Pulaski, northeastern Carroll & southern Fulton to Howard counties, where a few patches of frost may develop in low, sheltered areas.
Lows of 38-42 will occur westward.
Clouds will increase & thicken rapidly tomorrow.
Rainy conditions will arrive in the afternoon-evening.
Highs will run 55-63 with cool east-northeast to east winds 14-25 mph.
Steadier rain Saturday night will exit early Sunday morning, followed by mostly cloudy skies & some scattered showers & t'showers Sunday. Isolated graupal or small, soft hail is possible.
They will bubble up with the cold air aloft as the upper low approaches & moves in.
Highs will run in the 50s after morning lows in the 40s.
Showery weather is possible Sunday night & even a few showers & t'showers may bubble up Monday.
Highs Monday will run 57-65 after 40s in the morning.
Total rainfall Saturday-Monday looks to run 0.30-0.90". Highest totals are shaping up for the east & southeastern areas right now.
Tuesday looks dry & 67-74, followed by 74-78 Wednesday as wave of showers & some storms pass late in the day.
Highs will run 66-71 Thursday with 40s Thursday night for lows, then 75-79 Friday.
Between May 18 & 23, there may be a brief burst of some showers/storms in an otherwise very warm to hot, windy, dry pattern.
Highs should reach the 80s by next weekend & beyond for several days with high humidity.
Nights looks quite warm with lows in the 60s to around 70.
Some severe risk could develop May 24 with wave of storms possible.
Overall trend is for above normal temperatures & a bit below normal rainfall late May to early June.