We had a lot of scattered showers and drizzle on the roads this morning. It was a soggy and chilly start to the weekend. We have a stationary front to our south along with a weak area of low pressure to our southwest.
Moisture is pushing up into the chilly airmass. This will give us on-and-off rain showers and drizzle through the day. The models do show a lower chance for rain showers during the late morning into the early afternoon. I do think there will still be a few light showers and areas of drizzle through that time.
However, I do think rain showers will pick up during the early evening. Rain is likely overnight. Then the showers should move out by mid morning tomorrow. The weak area of low pressure will head out to sea tomorrow. The front will drop to our south, and high pressure will edge in.
So we’ll be dry for the bulk of Saturday with highs in the 50s. It will be cooler near the shore. We’ll be dry for the first half of Sunday. then moisture will quickly increase late Sunday afternoon. Rain showers will move in later in the day.
Highs will be in the 50s. The rain will be widespread Sunday night into Monday morning. Then we’ll dry out during the afternoon. Much colder/drier air will rush in behind the front. Highs will be in the mid 40s on Monday. They’ll only be in the upper 30s to low 40s Tuesday and Wednesday. Lows will drop to the 20s and 30s for both Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. Again, this is going to affect our local plants and trees. Just like last year. Stay tuned for updates.
Meteorologist: Jeremy Wheeler