Clouds returned to the region on Thursday, as the next system and frontal boundary came crashing through.
Temperatures are expected to climb into the 23-degree range late in the day.
An associated chance of showers will slide in Thursday night, and a chance of sprinkles will linger into early Friday under mostly cloudy skies.
The mercury will climb into the low-to-mid 20s on Friday afternoon before dropping into single digits by a degree or so for Saturday morning.
A mix of sun and cloud will dominate Saturday with an afternoon high in the mid-20s.
For Sunday, sunshine will kick back into full swing, helping heat the valley up into the 28 C range late in the day.
Daytime highs in the low-to-mid 20s will stick around into next week, with increasing cloud cover and a chance of sprinkles for the last few days of August.