It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood -but it won’t last long.
After a cloudless day today, clouds and rain should move in tonight, bringing cool winds and intermittent showers through Saturday and parts of Sunday, forecasters said.
“It’s not going to be a pretty day tomorrow,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Alan Dunham. “Rain should start after midnight tonight and is likely throughout [Saturday].”
Today will be sunny and relatively warm, with high temperatures climbing to 60 degrees. Some clouds should begin arriving in the evening as temperatures sink into the mid-40s. Some rain could start falling overnight and continue through Saturday morning.
Showers should be heaviest in the morning, and will become more intermittent after 1 p.m. Saturday. High temperatures should be near 47, though winds could make it feel a bit colder, Dunham said. Skies will stay cloudy as temperatures will drop to 40 degrees in the evening.
Gloomy weather will continue Sunday, with cloudy skies and some additional rain showers possible before 3 p.m. High temperatures should reach 52 degrees, but will drop into the lower 40s overnight.
Next week will be off to a better start, with mostly sunny skies and high in the mid-50s. Rain isn’t expected to return until late next week, forecasters said.