Today: Mostly sunny and dry conditions will prevail with a high in the 54 – 56 degree range.
Tonight: Temperatures will drop into the low 30s (inland) to mid/upper 30s closer to the coast with clear skies.
Tomorrow: We will have a high in the mid to upper 50s. Cloud cover will begin to increase by the afternoon and evening hours. A low in the mid to upper 40s to around 50 is still expected overnight.
Saturday: Scattered to numerous showers will become likely by the afternoon and evening as low pressure passes to our north. Mid 60s still appear probable during the day, with upper 40s to around 50 for a low Saturday night/Sunday morning.
Sunday: A cool front will move through by early Sunday; in its wake, surface high pressure will build across the area. Rain chances will decrease by the second half of the day. A high in the lower 60s is currently forecast, along with a return to the upper 30s/lower 40s Sunday night.
Rain Amounts (Sat. – Sun.): Rainfall accumulations will generally be about 0.1″, and a 0.25″ at most.
Cool and Dry Through Midweek: In the wake of the front Sunday, high pressure will build across the area, bringing another period of cool, dry weather.
Possibly Turning Much Colder, Stormy: There are indications that we will transition to a significantly colder and stormy pattern by next weekend. However, it is too early for specifics.
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