A cold front brought rain late yesterday and continued that rain into this morning. Showers were mostly light with a few heavy spots mixed in. As of now, the rain swath sits in the southeastern counties and will continue to leave over the next few hours. Wind is still breezy out of the northwest and making the 30s feel more like the 20s.
Rain showers will continue to push southeast through the next few hours. After it exits, the clouds overhead will decrease quickly as high pressure builds in. Expect sunshine by the middle part of the day. Even with the sun, temperatures will remain cool through the day. We will only warm into the mid-50s. Clouds will increase quickly overnight into Sunday. This is due to the next storm system moving in. Rain showers will be scattered most of Sunday, or just cloudy. Better chances for rain arrive late Sunday and into Monday morning.