Cold and Gray, Then Colder Nights

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A much colder airmass has arrived in the lower atmosphere. Higher up, moist tropical air is bringing cloudy skies and a few patches of drizzle or light rain. A second cold front will arrive Monday followed by much drier air. With clearing skies, nighttime temperatures will be quite low, likely into the 30's by dawn Wednesday.

I'm expecting cloudy with some drizzle or light patches of rain possible this evening, low near 50. Cloudy Saturday and Sunday, a slight chance of drizzle late Sunday, high in the 50's. Mostly cloudy Monday, a chance of morning showers, high in the low 60's. Clearing Monday night, low around 40. Sunny Tuesday through Friday, highs in the 50's Tuesday and Wednesday, the 60's Thursday and Friday. Lows in the 30's dawn Wednesday and dawn Thursday.