Leftover clouds from yesterday’s rain will continue to decrease as the day goes on, allowing sunshine to take control once again. That emerging sunshine will help high temperatures max out in the 50s to right around 60°.
It stays clear for tonight, which will allow temperatures to tumble back down into the 30s. Leftover moisture from the recent rain, coupled with a light breeze and a clear sky, could allow for some areas of fog to develop overnight into Thursday morning.
Any fog that does develop will thin out after sunrise as the sunshine helps burn off that fog. Otherwise, Thursday will be a mostly sunny day with temperatures in the 50s to right around 60° once again.
Friday will start off sunny as temperatures max out in the upper 50s through the mid 60s. During the evening hours is when clouds will start to build in, ahead of this weekend’s rain chances.
Rain will start to move in from the west Saturday morning, before spreading further to the east. Even when you catch a break from the rain on Saturday, it will be a mostly cloudy day with highs in the 50s, maybe even the low 60s in spots.
Rain chances stick around Saturday night into Sunday. Sunday will be a touch bit warmer with highs primarily in the 60s, but that will go along with some rumbles of thunder at times, as well.
An unsettled weekend turns into an unsettled start to the upcoming work and school week as another round of rain will be possible for Monday too