The clouds have now given way to rain and drizzle, all thanks to an old tropical disturbance moving through. Expect rounds of rain and drizzle, while a northeast wind keeps temperatures in the 60s. The storm responsible for this round of rain will move off to the north tomorrow. However, another storm will quickly follow.
Scattered showers will accompany a front coming in from the west Thursday into Friday. Otherwise, clouds will occasionally mix with sunshine Thursday and Friday as highs get back into the low 70s. When this storm leaves, it will usher in cooler and drier air for the weekend. Temperatures will drop into the 40s overnight and top out in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees.
Another very weak front will pass north of us Sunday into Monday. It will likely drag some clouds through but not much more. For all of you that have plans outdoors this weekend (and there is a lot going on), we will watch this closely and keep you updated on the progress of that front.