The region is expected to see two days of a sun and dry weather before rain clouds reappear.
“Today we’ll get into the upper 60s and lower 70s, which will be pretty similar tomorrow,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Bill Simpson. “Thursday we’ll have kind of typical showers, where it will rain hard for a little bit and then hold for 12 hours of steady rain.”
Skies today will be sunny, with high temperatures near 68 degrees. Some clouds should arrive in the evening as temperatures sink into the lower 50s.
Wednesday will be similar, with mostly sunny skies and high temperatures in the upper 60s. Mostly cloudy skies should persist into the evening as temperatures sink into the mid-50s.
Rain showers should start falling Thursday morning and continue steadily throughout the day. High temperatures will crest at a below-average 58 degrees, accompanied by persistent cloudy skies. Low temperatures should be in the lower 50s overnight.
Showers should continue until Friday morning, “but it’ll be hit or miss,” Simpson said. “It’ll go for a few minutes, then more sun.” High temperatures will rise into the lower 60s before plunging to 51 degrees during the evening.