It has been a gloomy and rain day. Highs reached the 70s in most spots before cooling this afternoon because of the rain. Wind gusts have generally been in the 30s through the afternoon. It will continue to be breezy overnight with continued rain and isolated storms. Temperatures will settle in the upper 50s. That will also be the high Sunday before temperatures gradually drop through the day thanks to a strong cold front that will move through early Sunday morning. Rain will continue Sunday with isolated storms possible, especially early with the passage of the cold front. An additional 1 to 2 inches of rain are possible tonight through Sunday. Rain activity will lessen as the day goes on, but showers will linger into Sunday night. With lows Sunday night in the mid 30s, we’ll begin to see a transition to a rain/snow mix. A wintry mix is possible Monday morning with more light rain mixing in through the afternoon. Highs Monday will only reach the mid 40s. Sunday and Monday will both be windy days with gusts between 25 to 30 mph. Drier weather works in overnight Monday with decreasing clouds. Some morning frost is possible Tuesday before seeing some sunshine. Highs Tuesday will reach around 60 degrees. Temperatures will near 70 Wednesday with increasing clouds and a slight chance for late showers thanks to a weak cold front. A slight chance for rain lingers into Thursday morning with highs in the upper 50s. Overall, dry weather is expected Thursday and Friday with mostly sunny skies. Temperatures Friday will stay in the upper 50s to 60 degrees. Late rain is possible next Saturday into Sunday with highs back in the low 60s.
-Meteorologist Elise Dolinar