Rain chances will continue to persist through the night tonight. However, this will be much more of scattered showers, as opposed to the widespread soaking rain from Saturday. Even when dry time mixes in, cloudy skies will stick around for tonight. Winds will shift to be out of the west, but still a bit on the breezy side with sustained winds at 10 to 15 mph. Those winds will add an extra chilly bite to the air as we’re already expecting overnight lows to range from the mid 30s to low 40s, but wind chills will make it feel as if its in the 20s for tomorrow morning.
Rain chances will continue to taper off as we go through the night into Monday morning. A few lingering isolated showers can’t be entirely ruled out by daybreak, but otherwise most of us will still be socked under mainly cloudy skies. However, skies will slowly but surely begin to clear, and we look to squeeze out at least some sunshine for later in the day tomorrow. Even though the rain chances will back off, the same can’t be said for the winds. Winds stay breezy out of the west at 15 to 25 mph, with possible gusts exceeding 30 mph at times. Even so, we look to be slightly warmer tomorrow with highs topping out in the low 60s.
A couple of scattered rain chances return for Tuesday and Wednesday, with warmer and sunnier weather on tap for the second half of the week.