It’s the perfect date.
Today won’t be too hot, won’t be too cold. Perfect weather for a light jacket. Last rain-free chance day for the week.
Wednesday rain chances are still relatively low, maybe some showers in the morning and at night. Outdoor sports may be spared.
Thursday looks like the “rainiest” day, on/off rain for the majority of the day. Some thunderstorms can’t be ruled out, but they are expected to stay below severe limits.
Some positive news would be that the GFS and EURO models both agree (for now) that Friday PM and Saturday are dry for the most part. This could easily change, but for now, your outdoor plans are looking up. Will be interested to see what the higher-res models think.
Sunday rain chances stick around, Monday looks like we begin to dry out.
As we look ahead to the start of May, temps look like they stay below average, along with maybe being a little drier.
Weather changes constantly.
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