Radar is now active with light showers. The rain is scattered and not every area will see rain at the same time. There is no threat of severe weather, these are just common May showers. Showers should end after dinnertime.
Temps will begin to fall this afternoon as the approaching cold front sweeps through. Temps will go from the mid-60s into the 50s and then the 40s by sunset.
Thursday night will be very chilly as skies clear out and lows drop into the upper 30s.
Friday will be cool and sunny. Highs will reach near 60 as we move into a dry spell. There will be no rain from Friday through the holiday weekend.
Get your StormTrack forecast, see live StormTrack 11 Doppler, view interactive radar, and more - all on our StormTrack weather page. You can also download our mobile app and take your Certified Most Accurate forecast with you wherever you go.