Looking for a taste of summer? You won’t find it in the forecast, but it may come in the form of frozen custard.
, a sign that we’re one step closer to summer; spring begins March 20 this year (and summer on June 21).
Temperatures Friday will have that not-quite-winter, not-quite-spring feel, according to the National Weather Service, with a high temperature near 55 degrees and cloudy skies. There’s a 40 percent chance of rain late Friday night, with temperatures in the high-30s.
Saturday will bring more rain; there’s an 80 percent chance of precipitation during the day and we could see up to a quarter of an inch. Temperatures will reach the mid-40s during the day. There’s a 60 percent chance that the rain will continue into Saturday night, when temperatures drop to the mid-30s.
No rain is in the forecast during the day Sunday, just partly sunny skies with highs in the mid-40s, dropping to the mid-30s at night. There is, however, a 40 percent chance of rain at night.
Monday, two days into Rita-season, there is 50 percent a chance of rain and snow in the morning, turning to rain as temperatures rise to the mid-40s.