Your forecast for today: We will be on the back edge of the system today, which means our winds will stay breezy but will not be nearly as strong as yesterday and they will shift out of the northwest. Gusts may still approach 35 mph into this afternoon. Off and on showers will continue, but the rainfall will also not be as heavy and widespread as yesterday. Cooler temperatures begin moving in with temperatures starting off in the mid-40s this morning and dropping into the upper 30s by late this afternoon.

Tonight: Precipitation chances will linger this evening and overnight with temperatures dropping to near the freezing point at 32 degrees. This will give us a chance of some snow showers mixing in with the rain overnight, but any accumulation will be very light.

Tomorrow: We may see a stray flurry or two early Wednesday morning. High temperatures will struggle to reach the 40-degree mark in the afternoon, but our winds will start to relax out of the northwest around 10-15 mph.

A northwesterly wind flow will keep us on the cool and breezy side Thursday with highs again struggling to reach the low 40s.