For the remainder of the day, isolated showers will develop. While dark clouds look threatening, we are not expecting any storms or really any heavy rain.
Temperatures will slide to the 50s after 8 p.m. and drop to near 50° by daybreak
Wednesday's cold front will bring spotty rain showers and reinforce the cool air. Highs only top out near 60° as northwest winds pull in colder air. A few isolated thunderstorms are possible, too. I don't expect any severe weather.
We'll see leftover clouds and a slight chance for an early shower before gradual clearing happens later in the day. Highs will be cool only in the upper 50s.
The good news here will be high pressure sliding into the area by Friday, giving us sunshine. An early peek at the weekend shows dry weather on Saturday, with a chance for rain on Sunday...Mother's Day! Let's hope for a change.
Chance showers early
Rain showers end
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