Showers become spotty as we head into Monday with drier weather moving in for Monday afternoon, although cloud cover remains for much of the day. Don’t put the rain gear away just yet as rain chances will quickly increase heading Tuesday and continue through the middle of the week.
Our nice weather comes to an end as we head into the second half of the weekend as rain chances are quickly returning heading into Sunday morning. You’ll need to keep the rain gear handy for much of the week ahead as an unsettled pattern settles in bringing rounds of rain throughout the upcoming week.
This weekend is a tale of two tales as Saturday features plenty of sunshine, while Sunday introduces our next chance for rain as we end the weekend on a soggy note. Temperatures will be mild for Saturday, before a cool and unsettled pattern settles in heading into next week.
Scattered showers will transition to snow showers for the higher elevations as we head into tonight and throughout the day on Monday. A few showers or snowflakes are possible across the Valley early Monday before drier weather settles in through Tuesday.
Our dry weather is coming to an end as we head overnight and into Sunday with scattered showers and downpours making a return after midnight tonight and into Sunday. Keep the rain gear handy for much of Sunday as temperatures remain close to average, but some of the rain will transition to snow showers for the higher elevations heading into Monday.
Enjoy the sunshine for your Saturday as temperatures remain pretty seasonable as clouds will slowly begin to build heading into the overnight. Most areas will remain dry for all of Saturday as showers and downpours begin to arrive heading Saturday night into Sunday, which will round out the weekend on a soggy note.
Scattered showers begin to develop and move in as we head through the overnight and into Tuesday morning with some heavier downpours possible. Temperatures are continuing to warm over the next several days as winds remain out of the southwest and that will bring in moisture and help boost afternoon highs.
Temperatures are going to continue to warm over the next few days, but we are trading in the sunshine for the rain gear as an unsettled pattern begins to take shape. Monday starts off dry, but showers are going to return starting late Monday evening and into the overnight.
Sunshine makes its return for Sunday as a few high clouds mix in from time to time as temperatures slowly begin to warm into next week. Unfortunately, sunshine will be limited for the week ahead as several disturbances move through bringing rounds of rain beginning Monday night with a few breaks in between each round.
Drier weather will continue to move in as we head into the weekend, but scattered snow showers will continue to linger into the mountains through early Saturday morning. Cooler temperatures continue through he weekend, but warmer weather is on the way heading into next week as rain chances return.
Rain chances continue to drop as we head into Monday, although a few flurries are possible into the mountains to start the day. Sunshine is making a return for the start of the week as temperatures slowly begin to warm.