The weather will try and improve the next 24 hours and it will with the rain and drizzle becoming much more scattered in the south and rain slowly winding down in the north. The trough causing the cold and dampness will still slide another disturbance through overnight with some showers of rain and even some snow in the higher elevations and northern areas. Saturday will remain cloudy with just spotty showers possible and highs will warm to the mid 50s North to mid 60s South. Things will improve nicely on Sunday with highs in the mid and upper 50s north and mid and upper 60s south. A warm front will come through Sunday Night into Monday and temps will bounce another 10 degrees with highs mid 60s North to Mid 70s south. Some showers will be likely Sunday Night, Monday and Monday Night. As the atmosphere becomes more unstable Tuesday the opportunity is there for heavy rains, with Flash Flooding possible, and Severe Storms! We will need to watch Tuesday.
Temps will then bump back down to Mid 50s north to Mid 60s south Wednesday under clearing skies. Sunny and Milder upper 50s North to Low 70s south comes back Thursday.
All for now!
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