Little change in the outlook from yesterday. Models still converging on a wet day tomorrow. Here’s the outlook:
Thickening clouds this afternoon with highs in the 43-46 range.
Tonight: A weak upper air system will push overhead tonight. That will bring in higher low-level moisture and warmer air (especially aloft). Systems like this often bring a little precipitation along. If any precipitation falls, amounts should be very light – a trace to a couple of hundredths of an inch. If it occurs, It’ll be mostly rain but some wet snow cloud mix in at the beginning. No icy conditions expected as the temperature shouldn’t drop below 36 (with some slow rising overnight. Chance for any precipitation is only 20%. If it’s going to happen, it should be between 7 and 11 P.M. tonight
Tomorrow: Cloudy with increasing chance for rain during the morning. Rain likely during the afternoon with heaviest rains likely between Noon and 6 P.M. High temperature should reach the upper 40’s.
Tomorrow night: Much colder air arrives between 8 P.M. and Midnight. Any lingering rain will change to snow and/or flurries. Most of the area should see more more than a light dusting by Monday drive time, but snow showers/flurries should hang around at least through Noon. Temperatures are likely to remain below 30 degrees all day Monday.
That’s it for now. Think rain coats, not shovels.