Clouds have thickened this afternoon as our next cold front slides through the area. Along and ahead of the cold front, a few showers and storms have developed and are moving to the southeast. None of these are severe, but could produce a quick heavy downpour. The rain will come to an end tonight a little after sunset but clouds and fog will hang around until sunrise.
As we move through our Mother's Day, skies will clear through the morning with full sunshine around by about noon. High pressure will be arriving from our north, which will also make Mother's Day a little chilly with highs in the lower 70s. We reach the mid 70s on Monday with a return to the 80s for the middle of the week.
There will be a weak upper level low moving overhead Thursday and Friday. As of this moment, it looks like we will remain dry, but this system make introduce a shower or storm for the end of the week, so we will keep our eyes on that.
Otherwise, high pressure will dominate and skies will be sunny to partly cloudy into the start of next weekend. We could potentially be talking about our first 90 degree day of the year next weekend or the following week.
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