One cold front will move through our area Saturday morning followed by a second cold front Saturday evening. Rain showers will move through overnight into Saturday morning with the first front, with more rain showers Saturday afternoon and evening as the second cold front moves in. As the air turns colder behind the second front Saturday night into Sunday morning snow should mix in with the rain showers, but no snow accumulations are expected. The next couple of nights should be mostly cloudy, but with clearing skies Sunday night the Orionid meteor shower should be visible. This isn’t the most spectacular meteor shower, with only 10 to 20 meteors per hour expected, and the best viewing is well after midnight, but if you want to give it a try, wait for the moon to set, find the darkest sky that you can and look up!
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, breezy, rain showers, morning low 47.
Saturday: Clouds with some sun, windy, rain showers especially afternoon, isolated thunder, high 56.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy, breezy, rain showers mixing with snow late, low 35.
Sunday: Mainly morning rain and snow showers, clouds mixing with afternoon sun, breezy, high 44.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, diminishing winds, low 32.
Monday: Sun and clouds, breezy afternoon, high 56.
Monday night: Variable clouds, breezy, low 43.
Tuesday: Clouds and sun, breezy, high 56.
Tuesday night: Variable clouds, breezy, low 35.
Wednesday: Sun and clouds, a bit breezy morning, high 51.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low 31.
Thursday: Sun and clouds, high 53.
Thursday night: Variable clouds, low 37.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, rain showers developing afternoon, high 56.
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