Rain showers arrive this evening and thunderstorms are possible tomorrow afternoon.
The rain tonight ends just after midnight.
Tomorrow turns out dry from the morning commute through lunch time, then scattered thunderstorms are expected in the afternoon and evening.
Gusty winds will accompany the threat for storms. Temperatures will be in the lower and middle 60s.
Friday features everything from rain showers to snow showers and thunder. Temperatures will only be near 50.
Splendid weather arrives Saturday as high pressure builds in. The sky should be cloud-free, though highs will only be in the lower 40s.
The dry weather sticks around early Sunday, but clouds increase as an ocean storm gains strength to the south.
First Alert forecasters continue to track the threat for snow from this storm Sunday night into Monday.
Even though it's middle March, a snowstorm is possible. Models have been all over the place and trends have gone back and forth over the last few days.
One outcome would bring a major hit, with plowable snow. Recent trends have indicated this outcome.
The other outcome, which is equally possible, is a glancing blow or miss.
It's simply too early to know for sure.