The low pressure system that has been plaguing us with cloud cover and scattered showers all week will finally start moving out today. We're still looking mostly cloudy, but highs will warm slightly into the upper 50s and low 60s. A better chance at clearing happens overnight. Lows will drop back into the mid 40s. Sunshine will make a triumphant return on Saturday, warming highs into the mid to upper 60s. A weak cold front and unsettled upper level pattern will bring cloud cover and rain chances back on Sunday. Still, most of us will stay dry with highs in the mid 60s. Next week will start off partly cloudy as a warming trend builds. Expect upper 60s on low 70s on Monday and Tuesday. A warm front will bring us closer to 80 on Wednesday and Thursday. However, the low pressure system that the warm front is associated with will bring a chance at storms into the end of the week. This could mean a cooler, rainier Mother's Day weekend.
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