We wrapped up the last couple days of our work week with rainy & cloudy conditions... Although a few showers will remain possible tonight (amidst some patchy fog), our rain chances will be getting lower and lower as we start off the weekend. Our front has pushed to our south & we should remain mainly dry through our Saturday. Temperatures will be right around average, topping out in the upper 50s, but still anticipate partly to mostly cloudy skies.
Our front will lift back to the north as a warm front Sunday, bringing us warmer temperatures and another chance for scattered showers and storms. Highs will reach near 70°, not only Sunday afternoon, but Monday as well! Eventually a cold front will work its way over our area Monday, bringing yet another opportunity for scattered storms. A few of those storms could be on the stronger side. We’ll let you know if any do end up intensifying... Keep the First Alert Weather App handy!
The cold front will move east and we’ll temporarily dry out Tuesday before additional showers move overhead Wednesday. Fortunately, that’s not looking like a washout, but it’s definitely indicative of the unsettled pattern we find ourselves in!