TODAY: Rain showers will move in this morning, bringing off and on shower throughout the day. Temperatures will likely remain in the 40s for the majority of your Monday, before falling into the 30s overnight.
TONIGHT: As we keep steady rain overnight into Tuesday, we won't cool much, only into the upper 30s by sunrise Tuesday.
EXTENDED: This steady rain will begin to taper by late Tuesday morning into the early afternoon. Some of us may see a half inch to an inch plus of rain by Tuesday night. We're mostly dry by sunset, and a passing cold front will help to clear skies overnight. We'll start Wednesday clear and cold. Sunshine, with a high in the 40s is forecast for Wednesday, but things are looking warmer by Thursday, as the high pressure behind the front looks increasingly short lived. We'll return to southerly flow late Wednesday, setting us up for a day in the 50s on Thanksgiving. This warm change won't last long either, as we are tracking a return to the 40s as soon as Friday, which likely lasts through the weekend. What doesn't last through the weekend is our dry weather, as another round of rain is expected Saturday night. While we are watching this system carefully for the potential for a switchover to a wintry mix, it is still far from certain if that will happen. What we know is that precipitation amounts continue to look unimpressive, so whatever precip type we see, it will likely be in very low quantities. Otherwise, expect dry weather, with highs in the 40s over the holiday weekend.