Showers through first half of tonight, a quiet but foggy start to tomorrow

NOW: Showers through first half of tonight, a quiet but foggy start to tomorrow

Light showers persist through the first half of tonight with lows falling into the upper 50s. The rain likely begins to move out of our area before midnight, but a patchy drizzle may linger. Sectors of dense fog could develop tomorrow morning as well, but chances go down the longer it takes the rain to end. We'll be dry on Sunday with highs in the mid 70s and partly cloudy skies, but an active week of weather awaits starting Monday. Temperatures climb to the mid 80s Monday afternoon alongside dry conditions initially, but rain moves in during the evening with widespread showers and a storm or two possible as well. Tuesday will be much of the same, except rainy conditions likely make up the majority of the day with an isolated thunderstorm present. No strong or severe storms are expected next week, but consecutive rounds of rain are likely after Tuesday.

Tonight: Showers early, mostly cloudy after. Low 59.

Sunday: Partly cloudy. High 76.

Monday: Evening rain. High 84.

Tuesday: Isolated thunderstorms. High 85.

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