Tracking a cool start to Fall
TODAY: Showers and clouds are present this morning behind yesterday's cold front. Showers will linger on radar through the day, but an increasing amount of dry air at low levels may prevent this rain from actually making it to the ground. This leaves chances for rain rather slim, but not zero. Expect a mostly cloudy day, with temperatures in the upper 60s with a northeast wind of about 10 mph.
TONIGHT: Showers may continue on radar overnight into Friday, but again, dry air will keep a lot of this from making much impact. Temperatures will fall again into the 50s by Friday morning.
EXTENDED: Clouds and light showers will continue to be a possibility on Friday, with a better chance in the afternoon. A south wind shift will eventually bring better low level moisture in by Friday afternoon. This will allow for some better shower chances. Still expect a mostly dry and cloudy day with temperatures in the low 60s. The south wind shift is just enough to warm us up into the 80s on Saturday, but it doesn't last long with a cold front leaving us in the upper 70s on Sunday. Sunny skies return to dominate the forecast through the first half of next week.