Good morning, and happy Thursday! Our next rain maker is going to take a while to get here, and while we’re going to see plenty of clouds today, the rain will hold off until after dark. The atmosphere is still pretty dry and it will take some significant time to moisten it up. Some peeks of sun are likely today and because starting temperatures are in the 30s and 40s, I think many places will hit or top 60 this afternoon. Light rain showers are likely tonight, perhaps starting as early as 6-7 pm. As low pressure moves by to the south, rain will be gone quickly on Friday morning. However, it looks as though we’ll see a stout north wind during the day and a sharp temperature inversion above the surface. This will likely mean clouds stay locked in, and thus we’ll stay pretty cool. I expect lows—and highs—to be in the 40s. Clouds could linger into Saturday before we get the sun back out, and we’ll be back in the 50s for the weekend. A cold front will move through late Monday bringing a few showers. The system looks to be moisture-starved for us, so I don’t expect much. Models continue to flip-flop on the idea of some light snow on the back side of the front before moisture exists, but the look of the system makes me think the chance is low. Cold will invade for Tuesday, and after this there are still significant differences among models on how long the cold sticks around here.