It’s not a washout of a day, but it’s still a complete 180° turn from a sunny, 70°+ Monday. Let’s break down Tuesday and beyond in the forecast.
Tuesday – More clouds than sun with a ragged line of showers marching west to east mid-morning to mid-afternoon. The temp maxes out in the 50s with a light southwest wind, shifting to out of the north. Rainfall totals are generally near 0.25″, but may be locally higher or lower. Clouds may break apart partially by late-afternoon into this evening, allowing for some sunshine before the sun actually goes down at 8:04 AM.
Tonight – Partly cloudy. Mid to upper 30s, to around 40° in broad valleys.
Wednesday – Mostly sunny, but about 20° cooler than Monday, in the low to mid 50s. North breeze around 10 mph.
Thursday – Increasing clouds with rain likely by the afternoon or evening as a warm front lifts north. Low 50s.
Friday – Rain likely, with a two-day total of 1-2″. Upper 50s.
Saturday – Gradually clearing. Upper 50s.
Mother’s Day Sunday – Mostly sunny. Low 60s.