Unsettled weather returns for the work week with cool temps and elevated rain chances. Clouds will thicken up overnight as moisture moves in. Rain chances will stay low overnight and won’t increase until Monday afternoon. A few coastal showers are possible in the early morning hours. Temperatures Monday morning will not be as cool to start the day but will still be chilly in the upper 40s. An isolated severe storm is not out of the question Monday afternoon but most of the activity will just be showers.
Tuesday a cold front will approach and keep rain chances elevated. The front will try and push offshore but will struggle. Cooler temps will arrive for Wednesday with highs in the upper 40s to near 50. Rain chances continue Wednesday and Thursday before a cold and dry high pressure moves in for Friday and the weekend.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, not as cool. Lows 44 inland, 48 beaches
Monday: Cloudy, cool and rainy. Highs 58 inland, 66 beaches.
Tuesday: Cloudy mild and rainy. Highs in the mid 60s to near 70 at the beach.