Clouds and rain have put a damper on today as temperatures have struggled so far to only the upper 40s for most locations. Rain showers will become less numerous overnight and will end completely by sunrise tomorrow morning. Skies will start to clear through the late morning and afternoon hours allowing some sunshine late in the day. Since clouds should stay for most of the day, temperatures will only climb into the low 60s for Friday. If we can break the clouds up sooner, we could see mid 60s for highs tomorrow.
Saturday will be the nicest day of the weekend as high pressure takes hold and allows us to make a solid run at 70 degrees. Warming will be cut short on Sunday as a cold front will approach from the northwest. This front looks to stall or wash out over us, so not much rain is expected, but isolated to scattered showers will be around for Sunday.
Monday will be dry and warm as we crack 70 degrees. We should make it to the low and mid 70s for Tuesday as clouds increase ahead of our next system. Timing is an issue with this one, but as of now, I am leaning towards a late Tuesday/early Wednesday arrival time which means most of Tuesday will be nice. Rain will be with us for Wednesday, and once our system exits, cooler air again returns for Thursday with highs potentially not getting out of the 50s for some locations.
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