Today’s daily digit

A somewhat subjective rating of the day’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10.

6/10: A definite downgrade from yesterday, but overall pretty average for November with clouds and 50s.

Express forecast

  • Today: Mostly cloudy, isolated shower? Highs: Mid- to upper 50s.
  • Tonight: Showers likely overnight. Lows: Low 50s.
  • Tomorrow: Clearing skies and windy. Highs: Mid-50s.

Forecast in detail

Yesterday’s shot of warmth was a one-off, and cooler temperatures are back today. Onshore flow keeps us mostly cloudy today, before a cold front sweeps through with some showers tonight. Tomorrow brings sunnier skies but a brisk breeze. We keep the sun and lose the wind on Tuesday, with another showery front on the way for midweek. Will it clear out in time for Thanksgiving Day?

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Today (Sunday): Winds today are from the east, and for those who follow the weather closely, you know what that usually means: clouds. It’s not all bad, though. While it’s decidedly cooler than yesterday, we should stay dry through the bulk of the day, though an isolated shower or sprinkle is possible. Morning temperatures slowly rise through the upper 40s to near 50, with afternoon highs capped in the mid- to upper 50s. Those winds from the east are fairly light, around 5-10 mph. Confidence: Medium-High

Tonight: The chance of an isolated shower or sprinkle continues during the evening. Showers associated with a cold front are then likely to move in from west to east after midnight. Not expecting anything too heavy, and they should be moving out toward morning. The clouds stay in place, and temperatures hold steady in the low 50s as winds come from the south. Confidence: Medium

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Tomorrow (Monday): Showers should be exiting to our east by 7 a.m. or so, and in their wake, a cool breeze is a-coming. A stiff wind picks up from the northwest, around 15-20 mph with gusts to 30-35 mph at times. Skies quickly turn partly to mostly sunny behind the departing rain, but temperatures only rise a few degrees to the mid-50s. Confidence: Medium-High

Tomorrow night: Winds gradually diminish during the evening and overnight, leaving us clear and cool as lows head for the low to mid-30s. Confidence: Medium-High

A look ahead

Tuesday brings mostly sunny skies with high pressure overhead, and without the whipping winds, it feels a bit nicer, even if it’s a few degrees colder. Highs struggle to near 50. High pressure moves away Tuesday night as winds start to come from the south. Lows drop to the upper 30s and low 40s with increasing clouds. Confidence: Medium-High

A storm system approaching from the west on Wednesday keeps our skies on the cloudy side. But with a few peeks of sun and winds from the south, highs should make it solidly into the 50s. Shower chances arrive by late afternoon or evening, with showers likely Wednesday night as temperatures fall into the 40s. Confidence: Low-Medium

Showers may continue into a portion of Thanksgiving Day, with a decreasing chance of rain as the day goes on. High pressure moving in behind a cold front may even turn skies partly sunny by afternoon. Temperatures as of now look to be on the mild side, rising nicely to near 60. Confidence: Medium