Wednesday evening forecast: Warming up before falling off the cold cliff

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So much for the mild temperatures–they may be gone for quite some time.

Rain comes in Thursday, and while much of the activity will be light, a few embedded moderate showers may pass from time to time. In total though, we’re not expecting much rain in the gauge. Showers end Thursday night for the most part, but a remnant shower may hang early Friday.

What does hang a lot longer are colder temperatures, topping out only in the mid 50s Thursday, and upper 40s by Saturday. Next week remains on the cold side.

Forecast Details:

Tonight: Cloudy. Low: Low to mid 40s

Tomorrow: Periods of rain and drizzle. Cooler than recent days. High: Lower to middle 50s.

Friday: Chance for a lingering shower or sprinkle early, otherwise a mix of sun and clouds. Northwest winds at 10-20 mph. High: Lower to middle 50s.

Saturday: Cool despite plenty of sunshine. High: 40s to around 50 degrees.

Sunday: Mostly cloudy, chance for a shower. High: Lower to middle 50s.

Monday: Chilly, even with lots of sun. High: Around 50 degrees.

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