It will be a breezy & cool Mother's Day with highs in the mid 60s.
As high pressure settles on top of us tonight, winds will drop and so will the temperatures! By daybreak we could see 39 in the city with mid 30s in many outlying areas, especially our northern and eastern counties. The record is 41 set in 1997.
Scattered frost could occur, especially in the outlying areas.
After this chilly Blackberry Winter (the blackberry bushes are blooming), we will see a big warm up this week as you can see in the 7 Day Forecast. Highs later this week will likely reach mid 80s, and mid to even upper 80s are possible next weekend.