EVENING: Clear and comfortable. Temps in the 60s.
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds, low 55.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy. High 71.
After four consecutive days of sunshine we now begin to see changes as clouds slowly drift into the area later tonight.
Tomorrow will be mostly cloudy, but we’ll stay dry and mild. There could even be some peeks of sun in the afternoon. Some thicker clouds will roll in Friday, and a couple stray showers are possible, but rain isn’t expected to be widespread or heavy with total rain amounts to be less than a tenth of an inch.
Saturday appears to be the wettest day of the weekend, but it won’t be like last Saturday. Occasional light showers and drizzle will be more the speed this time around. A milder Sunday, ahead of an approaching cold front, could also lead to some afternoon and evening showers and t-storms. The unsettled pattern lasts into early next week as a weak trough lingers overhead, providing daily shower or storm chances. No day appears to be a washout, however. This is more typical May weather for our region. At least it appears to stay warm!
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder