Periodic rain (isolated t’shower or two possible) will be with us much of the day, but it will taper later tomorrow. When it is not raining it will be drizzly and/or foggy.
The wind will increase this evening-tonight & temperatures will continue to rise from the 40s & 50s today to the 50s & 60s tonight.
The re-development of some showers is possible tonight-tomorrow morning, but we should then get several hours of dry time tomorrow afternoon with lots of clouds, gusty winds, but very nice, warm temperatures of 65-70. If we can indeed poke some holes in the clouds and get sunshine, then lower 70s may be attainable in places. South to south-southwest winds may gust +30 mph at times.
A band of widespread rainfall with a few embedded t’storms will arrive late evening-tomorrow night. Locally-heavy rainfall is possible.
The rain is lingering longer on Friday. The cold front may pass early in the morning, knocking back temperatures very quickly, but widespread rain may occur behind the front. As the colder air catches up to the rain, it is possible that the rain changes to snow on the northwest edge of the rain shield. If the snow comes down at a fast enough rate, 1″ or less of accumulation may occur on grassy surfaces. The confidence of this change-over and who has the best chance of this quick burst of snow is LOW. Just keep in mind that it is possible and where it does occur, the grass may be whitened & it will be accompanied by north-northwest winds gusting +30 mph.
Temperatures will fall slowly all day Friday into the lower 30s with cloudy skies. Any precipitation will exit by early afternoon, it appears.
Between the rainfall we have already received and what we will receive to Friday, a total of 1-3″ is possible.