Today: Patchy fog with rain tapering off; cooler. High: 51
Tonight: Patchy fog with on and off rain and drizzle (rumble of thunder late). Low: 48
Monday: Breezy and warmer with a couple of showers; cloudy then sunny intervals in the afternoon. High: 66 Low: 49
Steady rain on this Sunday morning with rain eventually tapering back by this afternoon. Expect it to feel raw and chilly with temperatures holding in the upper 40s and low 50s on this first day of May. Feeling like November! This afternoon when the rain tapers back, we still need to keep in showers going through the rest of the day and night. Even a rumble of thunder is possible later tonight. A general 0.50-1" of rain with locally higher amounts is possible from this system.
Tomorrow will be a sort of transition day with showers, mainly in the morning, then a mixture of clouds and some sun as high temperatures try to get back to normal for early May in the mid 60s. Then starting Tuesday lasting right through the upcoming weekend a blocking pattern develops leaving us with an unsettled pattern. This pattern includes clouds with limited sun, opportunity for shower and temperatures in the low 60s.
Still need to watch trends on when this pattern breaks down, timing now is looking like either Sunday, Mother's Day, or by Monday.