Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 5 :08 p.m. Nov. 30, 2015

Rain showers will continue to move through this evening. Rain is looking light and pockets of fog will likely settle in. Temperatures Monday night will actually stay pretty steady and then move up to around the mid 50s for your Tuesday. Intermittent rain will continue for everybody through the day tomorrow with some more steady rain for coastal areas due to that area of low pressure. Eventually by Tuesday evening as the warm front lifts north and the coastal low moves northeast, rain showers may take a quick break after 3 p.m. More rain is expected by Wednesday as a cold front approaches the region. In fact, we could see moderate to heavy rain during the start of the morning rush and then again during the afternoon mid-afternoon. Since we are in the warm sector on Wednesday with the warm front to the north, temperatures on Wednesday will top out in the mid to upper 50s despite the rain. Rain will eventually end from the west to the east as the cold front sweeps through the region on Wednesday afternoon/evening. Temperatures fall on Wednesday night back into the 30s/40 and the wind will pick up.

High pressure will build into the region on Thursday bringing sunshine, temperatures near 50 and breezy conditions. Seasonable sunshine is in the forecast for the end of the week on through Sunday.


Monday night: Cloudy with periods of rain
Lows: Steady in the mid 40s and rising by daybreak
Winds: NE to E at 5 mph

Tuesday: Cloudy with intermittent rain – rain diminishing in coverage through the evening – warmer
Highs: Low-Mid 50s
Winds: SE to @ 3-5 mph

Wednesday: More rain, moderate at times – ending from West to East during afternoon into the evening – even warmer
Highs: Mid to Upper 50s

Thursday: SUNSHINE is BACK! Nice
Highs: Lower 50s

Friday: Beautiful! Sunny
Highs: Lower 50s

Saturday & Sunday: Continued Nice with Sunny
Highs: Lower 50s


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