TODAY: Rain will wind down as it exits to the northeast through the early morning hours. We'll still have a damp day, as light and spotty showers will return in an off and on manner later in the day, along with persistent drizzle being possible at times. Temperatures will be stagnant today, expect a breeze from the north and northwest and abundant cloud cover to keep us in the 40s.
TONIGHT: Temperatures fall into the 30s overnight, but we should stay above freezing, keeping precipitation from becoming a travel issue, with all rain expected until it finally comes to an end by around midnight.
EXTENDED: We'll be mostly dry on Saturday, with persistent clouds and highs only in the mid-40s. Saturday night, another round of light rain will try to move in. Amounts are light, but after the dinner hour, cold showers will be possible. Again, it looks likely we may just miss a few snowflakes to the north. This will be something we watch closely, but even if we do see some light wintry mix, accumulations and impacts are not expected. Another dose of light rain may come on Sunday night after a dry day in the upper 40s. We'll be near 50 on Monday and Tuesday with generally dry weather, save for a slim chance at a shower as a weak wave passes through the region on Tuesday. Otherwise, next week is looking generally drier with no significant chances at precipitation like we saw overnight.