There will be no rain on your Memorial Day Grill.
After a cold, gloomy Sunday, temperatures will rise for Monday. However, the rain could penetrate overnight into the morning fog or spotty drizzle at 10 o'clock, according to the National Weather Service.
According to meteorologist Alan Dunham, there will be light rains on Sunday nights that are up to a quarter of an inch across. Winds from the north, including gusts of up to 26 miles per hour, made Sunday feel even colder, with Windchill sinking temperatures in the high 40s, after service.
After cleaning up every fog or fog every Monday or morning It is expected that the rest of the day will be cloudy, with a high of 66 degrees.
Looking to the future, temperatures are likely to warm significantly on Tuesday, which means a projected high in the upper 80s. It is expected that the day will be sunny and breezy, with a sea breeze, which according to the predictions moves in during the afternoon.
The warm, sunny days are likely to continue on Wednesdays and Thursdays with peaks of 78 and 81
Friday is expected to be warm with a high of 78 degrees, but cloudy with a chance of rain. Forecasters add the chance of rain [50%] .
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