After a foggy start, the region is expected to receive some sprinkles that could persist into Friday night.
“It’s going to be hit or miss for the next couple of days,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Bill Simpson. “We’ll get about a quarter-inch of rain through Saturday morning.”
Fog decreased visibility on roadways for early morning commuters. The rest of the day will be cloudy and cool, with high temperatures near 61 degrees. Sprinkles will continue until about 10 p.m. as low temperatures drop to 52 degrees overnight.
Some light showers could continue into Friday, with cloudy skies and high temperatures cresting in the mid-50s. More clouds should roll in during the evening as low temperatures drop to a below-normal 49 degrees.
The weekend will get off to a cloudy and cool start, with high temperatures sticking in the lower 60s. Mostly cloudy skies should persist into the evening as temperatures drop to 52 degrees.
“Sunday we’ll have a pretty nice day,” Simpson said. Skies will be partly sunny, with high temperatures climbing to 69 degrees. Some clouds could arrive in the afternoon as low temperatures sink into the mid-50s.
Memorial Day is expected to be even better, with partly sunny skies and high temperatures near 74 degrees. Skies should become cloudy in the evening as low temperatures drop back into the upper 50s.