Saturday turned out cloudy and cool so far with most rain staying just off shore. Although we see a little green showing up on radar inland, most of that activity is Virga (rain that evaporates before reaching the ground) as dry air is pushing in at the surface even with the southwest flow in the upper levels continuing to push moisture in our direction.
Sunday afternoon we should finally start to see some clearing as we get more of a northwest flow to take over. It will still be cool even with the sunshine. Expect highs to stay in the upper 50s and low 60s. With the clear skies sticking around for a few days, some north shore locations may hit freezing Monday morning and most of us should get down to freezing Tuesday morning before a warming trend takes over for the rest of the week.
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