On and off rainy weather through the first half of the week

NOW: On and off rainy weather through the first half of the week

Lows fall into the mid 50s tonight with partly cloudy skies overhead. Patchy fog is once again possible in some areas early tomorrow morning which may slow down the morning commute. This week is shaping up to feature plenty of on/off rain chances with a slow upper-level wind pattern. In preparation for showers to enter the area Monday, highs climb to the mid 80s with partly cloudy skies. Scattered showers arrive in the late evening/early overnight hours tomorrow, helping bring lows down to the upper 60s. We likely stay dry through the first half of Tuesday, but more showers develop from the southwest going into Tuesday night as a cold front passes through. A chance for non-severe thunderstorms is possible into early Wednesday morning, but no major impacts are expected. The rain won't be consistent Monday through Wednesday, but the frequency of rainfall will be just enough to warrant an umbrella or rain jacket at the ready. We cool down Thursday and Friday with rain chances diminishing into the weekend.

Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low 56.

Monday: Scattered showers. High 84.

Tuesday: Showers. High 86.

Wednesday: Scattered thunderstorms. High 80.

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