Yesterday’s front brought a few subtle changes, but we have one more round of rain overnight before rapid clearing. This clearing will begin by tomorrow evening after the next front passes, but until then expect more organized rain.
This rain will begin popping up as scattered showers after midnight, but will become more widespread by sunrise.
That means tonight will remain on the mild and humid side, low near 58, but it’ll already be cooler than that by lunchtime. Fog will be harder to come by tonight, but a few patchy areas will undoubtedly form as moisture advection increases as the front nears. By 8 PM tomorrow, expect the rain to have stopped and the clouds to begin clearing. This will open the door for much cooler and drier air, so get ready for another sunny, pleasant weekend!