More clouds, more fog and more light rain are "highlighting" this weather day.  Temperatures will get no higher than 50 ... if that ... with a northeast wind under 10 mph.  The light rain will continue in spurts through Wednesday morning.  Area rain totals have been low with most locations under .10".

Valentine's afternoon will start with clouds followed by some clearing that will lead to a fairly nice evening for those out on the town.  Temperatures will be much more cooperative as highs reach the middle/upper 60s thanks to a south winds.

Low rain chances return Thursday morning with even more clearing anticipated for the afternoon.  Thursday will be the warmest day of the week.

The next cold front arrives Friday morning after daybreak.  So, the temperature roller coaster heads down Friday afternoon and Saturday.  There will be a very good chance of rain Saturday with a strong disturbance coming out of the southwest.

Low rain chances remain in the Sunday to Tuesday forecast with still another cold front arriving Tuesday morning.

The rain has been a little beneficial today in that local mountain cedar counts are low.  

You can find out more details on the 7 Day Forecast.

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Have a good day.

--Rich Segal @RichSegal1121