A wet start to the week, then we dry out. Wet weather may return for the end of the week.
A frontal system is stalled out across the region, and waves of low pressure will ride along it, bringing in rain, some of it heavy, Monday and Monday night, with showers tapering off on Tuesday. High pressure builds in for Wednesday through Friday, with dry and gradually milder weather. Next weekend is a bit uncertain, as high pressure will remain to the north while low pressure tries to move up from the south. We’ll see which feature wins out.
Monday: Cloudy with periods of rain and showers, some of which may be heavy. High 56-63.
Monday night: Cloudy with more rain and showers. Low 51-58.
Tuesday: Cloudy with a few showers. High 58-65.
Tuesday night: Becoming partly cloudy. Low 48-55.
Wednesday: Partly sunny and milder. High 63-70.
Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 68-75.
Friday: Partly to mostly sunny. High 66-73.
Saturday: More clouds than sun, cooler. High 61-68.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with a chance for showers. High 63-70.
Editorial note: Thursday’s Weekend Outlook is normally published during the mid-to-late afternoon. This week, it will likely not be published until sometime Thursday night, so you’ll probably be able to read it Friday morning.