After a beautiful day yesterday with temperatures in the 80s, big weather changes ahead starting Friday
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A three day period of unseasonably cool weather begins Today and especially Saturday and Sunday. Most of the daylight hours of Friday looks dry with increasing clouds. Rain arrives (after 5pm) by early Friday evening.
The widespread rain expected tonight, heavy at times, with around 1 to 1.5 of rain from Friday 6pm to Saturday 8am
SOAKING RAIN FRIDAY NIGHT
MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND:
Heavier rain ends on Saturday, but we are left with some chilly drizzle, especially during the morning. A raw gusty east-northeast wind at 15-25 mph will keep damp gray skies through the day. Temperatures only mid to upper 50s, well below average.
Saturday evening and night will feature damp and raw conditions with occasional mist or drizzle, temperatures in the upper 40s to low 50s
Chilly wet weather Sunday with a period of steadier and heavier rain expected as a storm passes just offshore
RAINFALL FORECAST FRIDAY NIGHT THRU SUNDAY NIGHT: There is the potential for 2-4 inches of rain from Friday Night thru Sunday Night
Memorial Day is still looking like the “warmest” and drier day of the weekend. Any early morning showers ending with partly sunny skies by afternoon and evening. Highs around 65-70