Rain and snow around 1000-1500′ will gradually wind down throughout the day as a slug of dry air punches its way into the precipitation shield from south to north. Wrap-around showers through the higher elevations stick around tonight and into Tuesday, with an additional 0.10-0.25″ rain in broad valleys and a dusting or coating to 1-2″ snow above 1500-2000′. The temp struggles to reach beyond the 40s, which means many new cold record high temps for May 14th will be set. Light north wind 5-10 mph.
Tonight, the temp falls into the 30s as showers finally come to a close. Tomorrow, the sky starts out cloudy, but gradually becomes partly to mostly sunny, with a few rain showers popping up again by the evening and into Wednesday night. Warmer, low to mid 50s. Thursday and Friday then follow suit, with a few light showers from time to time under a mix of sun and clouds. Low 60s.
Have a great day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault