Showers will diminish this evening and we will become partly cloudy later tonight with areas of fog. It will be cool with lows will be in the 40s to near 50. Thursday will be a brighter and milder day but this system will still be close enough that we'll have a couple of isolated showers popping up. Otherwise, we'll have times of clouds and sunshine with highs in the 60s to near 70. Friday will be even warmer with a sunny to partly cloudy.
There will be some showers and drizzle through the overnight hours. The bulk of these showers and drizzle should move out early Wednesday. It will still be fairly cloudy on Wednesday with only a few bright spots in the clouds, especially to the north and west. While there will be a couple of showers scattered around on Wednesday, most of the time and most places will be rain free.
A comfortable day is coming Tuesday with a mix of clouds and sunshine and high temperatures in the upper 60s to the lower 70s. A disturbance passing through the region will bring some showers and drizzle Tuesday night. A front stalled to our south will keep our weather unsettled from Wednesday into Thursday. We’ll have a partly to mostly cloudy sky on Wednesday. There can be a touch of drizzle in the morning followed by scattered showers developing for the midday and afternoon.
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