Thursday June 2 – After a nearly perfect early sumer like weather day, a slow moving system will crawl over our region this weekend. Today we will watch the storms fire in the mountains, but a deeper inspection shows that a southeasterly wind across the Bay today could enhance those storms this evening. That will hold the afternoon temps down near the water, but also allow the line of rain survive and arrive tonight. The patter we will notice over the next few days will be primarily afternoon and evening thunderstorms, but Sunday will show rain at any time during the day. The rain timeline shows that below.
The other thing I noticed has been the upper level pattern that will bring yet another month with a cooler start. Next week will bring temps hack in the 70s. Going back to the snow we had on the first Friday in March, this will make the 4th month in a row with a distinct cool start. Here are the maps to help you with your plans.