Rain Develops Late Tonight, A Few Showers for Friday

Rain Develops Late Tonight, A Few Showers for Friday

Rain chances pop up as we head into the Friday afternoon, pretty low overall at 20%. By tonight, the sky will begin to clear and we'll dry out. Rain will continue to move in all day. There is a slight rain chance on Friday as a weak cold front starts to work towards the mountains.

Sunshine all week long will see 73 on Wednesday Thursday 77 and Friday a high of 80. However, we do expect some additional cloud cover development, leading to a partly to mostly cloudy afternoon for most.

That cold front may bring our highs down by just a couple degrees but most of us should still be around 60.

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Sunday: Mostly cloudy. A few light showers.

We are starting off this Thursday morning with temperatures in the upper 30s and lower 40s. Lows fall to the low 60s with a breezy east wind, about 10 to 15 miles per hour. An isolated shower will be possible, but it looks like most areas will stay dry.

The cool weather won't stick around for very long. Monday will be bright and sunny. Be prepared for chilly mornings and mild afternoons both days. The warming trend will really kick into high gear Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Thursday: Highs in the low 70's with sunny skies. As is often the case during the spring season, shoreline communities will be cooler.

Upper level high pressure will then take over our weather pattern for the weekend and beginning of next week.

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