QUIET DAY: Some high clouds have been streaming across the region, temperature up near 70 this afternoon.
TONIGHT: Clouds will increase, low near 49. Some fog is possible in the morning. Not much wind.
TOMORROW: It'll be mostly cloudy, but the rain chance is fairly low until tomorrow night. A lot of moisture is moving up this way from Hurricane Willa, which is making landfall in western Mexico.
High 64, mostly cloudy, wind ESE 6-12mph.
RAINY AND COLD: Better upper-level support will move this way, leading to rain on Wednesday. Most projections show 1/2" to 1" of rain. We'll probably see some locations pick up more than that. And it'll be another cold day, temperature holding in the 40s from morning to afternoon.
CLEARING OUT: Unlike last week, the rain won't stick around for days. We expect gradual clearing Thursday then more sun Friday. There are some pretty big differences in computer models for the weekend, some showing a front moving through. For now we're keeping the forecast mild and mostly sunny.
Have a great rest of the day. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast here early tomorrow.