DOWNTOWN — Rain and storms will hit the city this weekend.
Friday is the exception, as the day will be dry, said Amy Seeley, a National Weather Service meteorologist. The high temperature for the day should hit about 50 degrees.
But after that, expect to see storms: Showers are likely on Saturday, Seeley said. Temperatures will stick around the 50s.
The rain is expected to continue on Sunday, with more showers and thunderstorms predicted, Seeley said. Temperatures will warm up and hit the upper 60s.
After that, Monday will see temperatures fall to the upper 40s. The day is expected to be mostly cloudy but rain-free, Seeley said.
The normal temperature for this time of year is in the mid-50s, Seeley said.
The good news: No snow is expected for the next seven days, Seeley said, and temperatures shouldn't dip back into the 30s during that time despite a cold spell earlier this week.