Clouds have been on the increase through our Tuesday, and we are going to see rain showers arriving through the rest of the afternoon and evening hours and hold with us overnight. We should get a break in the rain in the early morning before more showers develop as a cold front passes. Behind the front, winds will pick up from the northwest and usher in cold air through the afternoon. Highs Wednesday will occur in the morning as temperatures will drop through the afternoon and evening hours.
Once skies clear out late Wednesday into Thursday, we will see two nights of below freezing temperatures Thursday and Friday morning, so hold off on placing house and sensitive plants outside for now. Highs on Thursday will struggle towards 60, easily the coldest day of the next seven.
We remain dry and warm back to 70 by Saturday before another cold front arrives and brings us our next chance at rain. This front will knock temperatures down again, but this time only to the lower 60s at this point as opposed to the 50s. We start warming back up into next week.
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