A slow moving cut-off low pressure system has been lingering over the region for several days but it looks to finally move on overnight with high pressure building in the wake for some warming and return of sunshine.
Here is a look at some of the rainfall totals over the last 24 hours, and we'll add some additional showers into the early overnight before the system is too far away to produce rain.
Highs have been in the 50s for most but a quick return into the 60s for the weekend with 70s to start next week are in order with a building ridge of high pressure.
One caveat will be the return of the night and morning marine deck near the coast which will hold beach temps in the lower 60s.
There are still some advisories for snow.
While the extended forecast looks mostly dry it does appear to feature some "inside sliders", lows which have a land track and are NW wind generators which generally keep us on the cooler side. As a result I went with a conservative temperatures outlook with more 60s than 70s on it thru next week.