Slowly improving as skies brighten tomorrow

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THIS EVENING:  The dreary weather will continue with clouds, drizzle and showers. Temps fall slowly from the upper 50s to the middle 50s.

OVERNIGHT: Easterly, cool flow keeps the clouds around through the morning with pockets of drizzle but the winds will shift and in the later part of the morning commute, we’ll start to see the skies brighten as the clouds break up slowly. Morning lows will be cool and range from around 50 to 54 degrees.

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TOMORROW: Partly sunny by the afternoon but a cold front diving to the south may trigger an isolated shower. The best rain threat stays out of the area to our northeast. Skies will continue to clear heading into the evening hours as high pressure builds in by the departing front. Highs will be warmer and back into the low to mid 70s.

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OUTLOOK:  High pressure takes hold for the weekend bringing plenty of sunshine and dry hours for Saturday and Sunday. Highs will be in the upper 70s. First week of June looks unsettled. Monday will be mostly dry until the evening when a few storms will be possible after heating up into the low 80s. A cold front will continue the storm threat for Tuesday and Wednesday with temperatures much warmer in the middle 80s. Thursday is dry for now under partly sunny skies and highs still warm in the mid 80s.

Have a nice week!

MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist

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