Mostly cloudy, cool, highs near 60 degrees (normal high is now 69 degrees)
Partly cloudy, chilly, lows in the mid-to-upper 40’s
Partly sunny, becoming milder, chance for showers late in the afternoon and maybe a thunderstorm, mid 70’s
Mostly cloudy, chance for more evening showers, maybe a thunderstorm, turning colder late, mid 40’s by morning
Partly sunny, cool, low-to-mid 60’s
Mostly sunny, cool, mid 60’s
Partly sunny, cool, mid-to-upper 60’s
Mostly cloudy, cool, chance for showers, upper 60’s
An area of moisture riding up the east coast will stay mainly offshore today, but it’ll produce some clouds around here and a continuation of the cool conditions. A cold front will approach the region late tomorrow and it should generate a band of showers and isolated thunderstorms late in the day or tomorrow night, but it does not look like a major rain event (less than half an inch). Drier conditions should return here during the late week time period, but then moisture to our southwest will move towards the Mid-Atlantic region later this weekend and it could cause some late weekend clouds and showers.
Elsewhere across the country, the amazing springtime cold and snow continues in the southern Rockies and Northern Plains, and a good way to follow the nationwide weather pattern is to follow the major league baseball schedule. The Colorado Rockies and Minnesota Twins were again both postponed due to more snow and cold yesterday in Denver and Minneapolis. This has to be the latest time in major league baseball history that there have been two games postponed on the same day this late in April due to snow and cold. The Rockies and Twins hope to play a makeup doubleheader today in their respective cities and good luck with that - the latest observation in Denver has 18 degrees with light snow falling and it is currently only 28 degrees in Minneapolis (but dry there). By the way, the normal high for Denver this time of year is 63 degrees.