Some rainy conditions to start off our Monday morning changed over to partly cloudy skies for the region. We will continue to see more sunshine for the rest of the day as well. Temperatures will drop to the 30s and 40s for overnight lows. Winds will be on the calm side all night, so it will feel a bit muggy and we could have patchy fog as well. Getting our Tuesday started, we will have partly cloudy skies, then plenty of sunshine for the rest of the afternoon hours. Temperatures will climb to the 50s and 60s and winds will be coming from the north up to ten miles per hour. It will be a bit on the dry side as well, so we can expect pollen levels to be a bit higher. As we get closer to this upcoming Mother’s Day weekend, we will be on track to have a warming trend for the region. Temperatures will be in the 70s, 80s and a bit in the 90s for highs as we hit Saturday. Mother’s Day will start off the on the sunny side for the day, but clouds are expected to move into the area, and will bring rain showers for the later afternoon hours. Starting off next week will have the same situation on Monday, with sunny skies in the morning and later afternoon clouds and possible showers.
North Coast Weather Forecast: Monday, May 8th