PM Update: Gray Skies Lead to More Rain, Storms
Showers, thunderstorms and breezy Saturday
If you're a fan of clouds, you continue to be very happy with the weather lately. In addition to gray skies today, much of the area has seen intermittent drizzle and fog, along with highs in the mid 50s to near 60 as a south wind begins to usher in temporarily warmer air. For the rest of the afternoon and evening, clouds will remain and there will be a risk of a passing shower. Bring an umbrella if headed out -- just in case.
Tonight: Some light showers are possible during the evening. Odds of more meaningful rain will increase after midnight as a warm front approaches from the south and a cold front from the west. Rain may be heavy at times very early in the morning, possibly mixed with a rumble or two of thunder. Temperatures won't drop much -- lows in the mid 50s -- and should even rise a bit prior to sunrise.
Tomorrow: After a possible morning batch of heavier rain, shower activity should continue through much of the day on Saturday. Temperatures should rise into the mid-to-upper 60s before they begin to fall during the afternoon and evening behind the cold front. There's the potential for some thunder and isolated damaging winds as the front passes through during the afternoon.
Evening winds will likely gust from the northwest up to 20+ mph, along with a chance of lingering showers.
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