Clouds have been with us throughout the day with a couple of passing showers, especially across northern parts of the viewing area. Those showers will drift southward and fill in tonight as an upper level low approaches and then passes over the area. The resultant rain will start to increase this evening and stay with us overnight. Rain should exit around sunrise for most of us with rain gone by mid-morning at the latest. Rainfall amounts will be generally around a half an inch.
Skies will clear through the day on Thursday as highs struggle back to the lower and middle 60s. If clouds remain longer, we won't get out of the 50s tomorrow. We will see a cold night with lows near 40 Friday morning as highs make a run back to the upper 60s. Veterans Day looks to see a few clouds return with highs at 70.
Another cold front will arrive Sunday to bring clouds back, slightly cooler temperatures, and a stray shower. Models have been backing off rain chances for Sunday, but there is enough confidence of at least a shower somewhere local on Sunday to keep the rain chance in the forecast. The front will exit with clearing skies on Monday with highs back into the upper 60s. We return to the 70s by Tuesday where we will remain through the end of next week with our next rain chance not until next weekend.