Decent weather ahead this weekend; rain threat looms for tomorrow night, Monday

     South Seaside Park in late May 2015. (Photo: Justin Auciello/JSHN)

    South Seaside Park in late May 2015. (Photo: Justin Auciello/JSHN)

    A mainly quiet weather weekend will end with the threat of rain tomorrow night into Monday, forecasters say. 

    According to the National Weather Service, a cold front will approach the area tomorrow then stall and eventually shift offshore Monday night, leading to periods of rain. 

    For today, any remaining fog at the coast will burn off by the early afternoon hours, leading to mostly sunny skies, according to NOAA. 

    High temperatures at the beaches will be in lower 70s, but a southerly breeze will make it feel cooler. Inland, highs will rise into the 80s, with some readings near 90. 

    A mixture of sun and clouds is on tap for tomorrow, with shower and thunderstorm chances slowly increasing through the afternoon. High temperatures at the beaches will be in the 70s and lower 80s inland. A southerly breeze will continue tomorrow but will be lighter than today.

    By the night into Monday, periods of heavy rain are possible.

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