Today (Sunday): Mother’s Day weekend ends with a drier tone compared to the last two days. But we could still see some spotty showers or patchy drizzle. Mostly cloudy skies help keep us unusually cool, with 40s in the morning and afternoon struggling for the low to mid 50s. North winds are windy with gusts close to 25 mph. Bright skies or even a few glimpses of sunshine are possible late in the day. Confidence: medium-high
Tonight: Mostly cloudy in the morning, becoming partly cloudy in the evening and overnight. The wind decreases only slightly, but still with a sustained breeze from the north. Lower falls to the upper 30s to mid 40s. Confidence: high
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Tomorrow (Monday): A few clouds early, after which it will be mostly sunshine. We are warming up in the low to the mid 60s, which is still 10-15 degrees below average. Windy northerly winds continue. Confidence: medium-high
Tomorrow night: Evening temperatures drop back to the 50s under mostly clear skies. The low trends of the night are a bit milder as they settle in the middle to the upper 40s. Confidence: high
Looks good Tuesday and Wednesday, with partly to mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures. Tuesday highs should reach the upper 60s, followed by Tuesdays nightclubs in the upper 40s, and then Wednesday highlights of the pleasantly low 70s. Be sure to apply sunscreen if you plan to spend time outdoors, perhaps planting the garden? Confidence: medium-high
Some models bring the same low-pressure area that soaked us this weekend back to us next weekend, after hanging out by the shore during the week. It is far away and much can change. We will keep you updated.