Today's mixed bag of precipitation will change to plain rain by tonight. There will be a few rain showers lingering during the overnight hours. Otherwise, skies will be mostly cloudy and some patchy fog is possible. Lows will be between 30 and 35 degrees this evening before temperatures slowly rise overnight.
On Tuesday, the short upward temperature climb begins. We should see times of sun and clouds, but don't be surprised if clouds and fog hang tough for a good chunk of the day. A shower or drizzle can't be ruled out, but most of the day will end up dry. High temperatures will be near 50 degrees.
Wednesday will be downright warm, especially compared to how cold it was last week. High temperatures will be between 60 and 65 degrees. An approaching cold front will cause showers to develop during the afternoon or evening and last through the overnight hours.
Cooler air will arrive behind the cold front, and the drop in temperatures will begin. Thursday will still be in the 40s, but 30s will be common Friday through Sunday. There will be the chance for some snow showers during these few days, but not much accumulation is expected so it won't be a big deal.
7 AM 39 degrees, Fog Possible
Noon 45 degrees, Mix of Sun & Clouds
3 PM high 49 degrees
5 PM 48 degrees, Milder
Sunrise 7:12 AM
Sunset 5:17 PM