After a sunny and occasionally mild stretch of weather, beneficial showers will return tomorrow! The weather looks wet at times Wednesday through the weekend. But this unsettled stretch will not be nearly as long as the dry streak that just ended. A slow moving low pressure system will bring times of rain and drizzle Wednesday and Thursday. Friday is an in between day before showers return over the weekend. While I’m not expecting a complete wash out, outdoor plans are iffy (especially Saturday). There is a chance showers taper off in time for the afternoon on Mother’s Day, Sunday. But as I said before…it’s still iffy.
Tonight: Increasing clouds with patchy dense fog and drizzle developing. Lows: 50s.
Tomorrow: Cloudy with times of rain and drizzle. Rain could come down heavy at times with a rumble of thunder possible too. High: 60s.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers. Chance for a thunderstorm. Near 70 inland. Mid to upper 60s along the shoreline. High: Upper 60s to near 70.
Friday: A mix of sun and clouds. Breezy and milder. Low to mid 70s inland, near 70 along the shoreline.
Saturday: Rain developing with an embedded thunderstorm. Mostly cloudy and cool. High: Low to mid 60s.
Sunday: Morning rain tapering to scattered showers by afternoon. There is a chance we dry out late day. High: 60s.