Tonight: Clouds have already begun to build in this evening as a few rain showers arrive this evening from the west. Skies overall will become cloudy with scattered light rain showers. The cold front responsible for these showers will move through later tonight, with low pressure to the north, and will shift the winds from the southwest to the northwest. It should be a breezy night regardless with gusts up to 30 mph. Temperatures eventually drop the the mid and upper 30s north, low 40s south, by early tomorrow morning. A few flakes may mix in with the rain north late tonight.
Mother’s Day: The main bulk of rain will push out of the east through the morning and the skies may become partly sunny. However, more isolated showers are expected to develop for the afternoon. Winds from the northwest at 15 to 25 mph, gusting to 40 mph, will keep temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s. Wind chills may be as low as the 30s or low 40s. Sorry moms, not a great weather day.
Frost Possible: Lows Sunday night will dip to the low and mid 30s with frost likely as winds die down. Frost may again be possible on Monday night as lows dip to the mid 30s. If you are concerned about vegetation, it will be best to cover them these nights.
Monday/Tuesday: Skies look partly cloudy for these two days with lighter winds and warming temperatures. We will be in the 50s Monday and maybe near 60 on Tuesday.
Wednesday: Rain showers arrive late as the clouds increase. Highs are expected to be in the low 60s with a breezy south southeast wind.
Thursday and On: Rain showers should become widespread Wednesday night with thunderstorms expected Thursday. Highs will return to the low 70s. Rain showers look to continue all the way through Saturday with mild temperatures: highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s.