A cold pool of air aloft will create some instability tomorrow, which will lead to scattered showers.
Patchy, light rain will move in after midnight, and it will be steadiest in the morning tomorrow.
Scattered showers and storms will continue throughout the day with temperatures stuck in the 60s.
Wednesday and Thursday will be great days, with mostly sunny conditions. Temperatures will rocket into the middle 80s!
More showers and storms are possible Friday, with temperatures in the lower 80s inland.
The Memorial Day weekend forecast challenge is the position of a back-door cold front.
First Alert forecasters are pretty confident the weekend begins warm, and ends cooler.
Temperatures will push 90 degrees on Saturday with lots of sunshine.
There's a chance for a shower or storm on Sunday and Memorial Day, with high temperatures falling back into the 70s.