Expect an extended period of wet weather as a disturbance remains parked just to our west through Sunday, at times pulling in moisture from the Atlantic Ocean. Spotty showers will continue through the afternoon with some breaks in the rain later tonight.
With very little movement of this storm, the threat of additional showers will continue Friday, Saturday, and into Sunday, Since the moisture works through the region in waves, there should also be some dry moments. Temperatures will be back to near seasonable for most of the week.
A few showers still can’t be ruled out Monday as our storm system finally moves out to the east. Afterwards, our weather pattern improves toward Tuesday through the midweek with mostly sunshine and rebounding temperatures.
THURSDAY NIGHT: Scattered showers early, otherwise Mostly Cloudy with a spotty light shower. Breezy, Wind: E 8-16, Low: 51-56.
FRIDAY: Rather Cloudy, Chance of some Spotty Showers, especially through the afternoon, High: 60-67, Wind: ENE 10-15, Low: 54.
SATURDAY: Cloudy, On and Off Showers, especially during the afternoon/evening, High: 68, Low: 57
SUNDAY: Clouds Linger, Scattered lighter Showers, especially during the afternoon/evening, High: 70, Low: 56.
MONDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Scattered Showers taper off late, High: 69, Low: 54.
TUESDAY: Turning Mostly Sunny, High: 70, Low: 55.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly Sunny, High: 72, Low: 56.
THURSDAY: Mostly Sunny, High: 73.