Sunshine dominated the sky Friday but temperatures only topped out in the mid to upper 60s at most locations thanks to some cool Canadian air that moved in Thursday night. The ridge of high pressure that brought all the sunshine is going to sink southward over the next 24 hours and give way to another cold front from Canada. Out ahead of the front warmer air is going to move our way for Saturday on southerly winds. We can also expect to see increasing cloudiness during the day. The front is expected to move through our region late Saturday night into Sunday morning and during this time we may see some precipitation. Clearing should arrive late Sunday morning with the wind shifting into the northwest and another surge of cool air keeping temperatures in the 60s. High pressure will then take control of our weather on Monday bringing a sunny day with temperatures in the 60s once again. As the high shifts off to the south warmer and more humid air will return for Tuesday and Wednesday.