Showers expected to move in again after dry stretch Saturday evening

Cooler temps will come with increased chances of rain

Expect there to be more wet weather on Sunday.

Showers have been hanging to our south for most of this Saturday, but as we head towards daybreak Sunday, we’ll see some rain move in.

A few spotty showers will be possible during the overnight period, but it’s not until daybreak that we’re expecting the majority of the rain to move in. This rain should exit by lunch time, then we look forward to more dry time in the afternoon.

The rain being focused near a front that’s going to be bringing us some cooler temperatures over the next few days.

Sunday we start off in the middle 50s and only reach the middle to upper 60s for highs. It’s even cooler Monday with highs in the middle 60s.

Warmer temperatures loom though for the middle and second half of the week, as 70s are expected to return. The trade-off though, showers and storms are expected as well.

On Tuesday night, our next system approaches and brings with it showers and thunderstorms. The best chances are on Wednesday in what looks to be a soggy day. Thursday and Friday bring a few more showers hang around before more dry time returns.

It’s still a ways off, but things look to improve for the holiday weekend.

Not only are we expecting more dry time, but models are pushing temperatures back into the 80s for highs by Memorial Day. There’s still a lot that could change between now and then, so keep checking back here for the latest on any forecast changes.

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