Three things will occur in our weather picture, all involving increases. First, the clouds will increase overnight tonight, ahead of a storm system that is likely to miss us here in western Nevada. Along with that frontal band, the winds will also increase overnight tonight, which should be enough to keep the temperature inversions from forming, and will keep our overnight low temperatures on the mild side. Finally, with the ejection of the inversions and the rebuilding of a ridge of high pressure, temperatures will also increase to the upper 40s on Wednesday and peaking in the low 50s by Friday. A couple of weak systems bring only a slight chance of rain showers late Friday night, and then a better chance of rain Sunday afternoon into Monday morning.