The chilly weather is finally here, and it looks to stick around for several days.
Get ready for a gray and gloomy day on Saturday. The clouds will remain, but the rain should hold off. Temperatures will be in the 50s and the north wind will gradually calm down by the evening.
A coastal trough will develop by Sunday leading to some isolated showers along the coast. We’ll still have cloudy skies, but the winds will be lighter and the temperatures will be warmer—in the mid-60s.
Another cold front will roll in on Monday. There is still some uncertainty on the time of day that the front will move through, but the start of the day is likely to be warm, while the end of the day will be cooler.
The front will keep some isolated to scattered showers in the region, before clearing things out on Tuesday. This will bring in sunshine and cold overnight lows—in the 30s—for the middle of next week.