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Forecast Last Updated at Monday, May 10, 2021 at 6:25AM
Warm Monday; Cooler Thereafter
Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy today with a shower or two around. Temperatures will continue to be quite mild. The weather for the remainder of the workweek will feature below-normal temperatures. While we don’t expect a lot of rainfall, the focus will be Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
Hi: 78 Lo: 50
Partly to mostly cloudy; Perhaps a shower or thundershower; Light SW wind becoming north tonight
Hi: 70 Lo: 45
Partly to mostly cloudy & cooler; Perhaps some spotty light rain Tuesday night; Light NE wind
Hi: 61 Lo: 41
Early light rain; Generally overcast; Unseasonably cool; Light NE wind
Hi: 64 Lo: 43
Partly sunny; Still quite cool for mid-May
Hi: 67 Lo: 45
Intervals of clouds and sun; A touch warmer
Saturday - Mostly sunny; Pleasant; High in the lower 70s; Low in the upper 40s
Sunday - Mostly sunny; Perhaps an isolated late-day shower; High in the mid 70s; Low in the lower 50s
A cold front will be inching through the region today. Mild weather lingers today, and there will be a shower or two around.
Behind the front, we have perhaps one more unseasonably cool period to contend with this week before we get about the business of transitioning into our summer weather pattern.
The weather map looks anything but May-like this week, as little waves of low-pressure ride to our south along the stalled-out frontal boundary, while cool, Canadian high pressure wedges-in from the north. This will generate a lot of clouds, but not a lot of rainfall. Our best chance for rain will probably be Tuesday night into Wednesday morning with the strongest wave. However, uncertainty isn’t particularly high headed into the upcoming weekend.
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