High pressure will begin to shift east of the area today, resulting in partly to mostly cloudy skies and one more day of cold temperatures. However, a change in pattern is in store for the Hoosier state this weekend as a warm front is expected to lift north over the state on Saturday. This will result in a big warmup with afternoon highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s Saturday, and upper 50s to lower 60s on Sunday. Normal afternoon high temperatures for late November are in the mid 40s. There will also be weak chances for rain as the warm front moves across the area Saturday and continue into early Sunday. The best chances for rain will come later Sunday evening through Sunday night when a cold front moves through the area. Temperatures will cool back down for the start of the work week, then slowly moderate back to normal by mid-week.