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Tonight: Cloudy with spotty drizzle or a stray shower early, then steadier rain developing late. Low: 48

Friday: Overcast, breezy and cool with periods of rain. High: 55

Friday Night: Cloudy with occasional evening rain and drizzle followed by a passing shower late. Low: 48

Tonight will start out with a few spotty showers and some drizzle, but as the hours approach daybreak look for steadier, heavier bands of rain to work their way northwest from the coast. Otherwise, skies remain cloudy as temperatures fall into the upper 40s.

Friday will begin with that steadier, heavier rain mentioned earlier, but as we head into the afternoon look for the rain to gradually taper back to showers. Those showers will be spotty, but continue right into Saturday. Rainfall amounts prior to this tapering will be between .5" to 1" across the viewing area with locally higher amounts. Highs on Friday will top out in the mid 50s yet again under overcast skies.

There will be a shower or two around on Saturday, but there will certainly be some improvements as temperatures reach into the mid 60s and some sunshine returns...not much but some. Mother's Day on Sunday will show even more improvements, but before we get to that point showers and maybe even a thunderstorm will move through Saturday night into early Sunday morning. Those showers are associated with a cold front and in its wake the clouds will clear out a bit. The winds out of the northwest will be breezy, but it will also help to dry things out. Despite the northwesterly wind, highs are still expected to reach the mid 60s on Sunday.

We will start out the work week dry with intervals of clouds and sun on Monday, but the showers and thunderstorms will move right back in on Tuesday. The good news about next week is that the temperatures are expected to be warmer.

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