Finally Mother Nature is putting an end to the dry conditions. An approaching cold front will bring our first round of rain showers through tonight. Round two arrives late Sunday and picks up to a soaking rain early Monday morning. Two day rainfall totals will be about 2-4" with some localized heavier amounts of rain closer to the mountains. Our weather pattern remains a bit unsettle for much of the week, but we finally clear out for the start of next weekend.
Tonight - Cloudy skies, scattered rain showers, and lows in the 40s. Far northwestern parts of the state will see some sleet and snow during the overnight.
Sunday - The first round of rain clears out through the morning. Midday we could see a few sunny breaks especially away from the coast. Round two of rain showers arrives late afternoon. High temperatures will be around 50 degrees.
Sunday Night - Rain becomes steady and heavy at times closer to the early morning hours. Areas of fog develop, winds pick up, and lows dip to around 40 degrees.
Extended Forecast - Rain will be heavy at times through the morning on Monday. The heavy rain then pushes NE midday. The rain will then taper and end SW to NE through the afternoon. Partly cloudy skies with the chance of a few showers on Tuesday and Wednesday. Cloudy skies with scattered showers Thursday. Clearing conditions Friday. Sunny skies Saturday.