Today: Expect rain and possible storms through midday. There could be a few pockets of heavy rain at times. After noon, rain chances will decline. Skies will be cloudy, but a stray shower is still possible. Winds will be light out of the northeast. High near 69.
Tonight: Skies will be cloudy, but an isolated shower cannot be ruled out. There could also be patchy fog at times. Temperatures will drop into the low 50s, and winds will be light out of the northeast. Low near 53.
Extended: Clouds will linger through Saturday, which will lead to cooler temperatures. Highs will be in the mid 60s, which is actually near average. Highs will return to the 70s on Sunday. That day, too, will be a cloudy day, and stray showers are possible on both days. Our next big rain chance will be on Monday. As a cold front approaches, we’ll see rain and storms. After that, we’ll see slightly cooler temperatures overnight and into Tuesday. By Tuesday night, we’ll see our next chance for scattered showers, and those showers are forecast to continue into Wednesday morning. After that, we’ll enter a drier period with temperatures back in the 60s.