Winds shift tonight as a cold front moves through. This will start a much colder pattern that will last for several days. Expect more rain tonight, for the morning rush hour, and for the next few days, but not severe storms.
Expect periods of rain tonight. Temperatures will slide down into the middle 50s toward sunrise. That will be as warm as we could be tomorrow. A brisk north wind, combined with clouds will keep temperatures steady near 50, if not falling into the upper 40s.
Tuesday night we fall into the lower 40s. Wednesday also stays clouds and damp with highs stuck in the middle and upper 40s.
Thursday gets brighter but that’s after starting in the middle 30s. This will be our coldest morning since the spring, with inland communities likely having their first freeze. Highs on Thursday reach the middle 50s.
Thursday night also takes us into the middle 30s.
Friday through Sunday look sunny and dry. Daytime highs moderate to the middle 60s by Saturday.