We will still have some light rain at times overnight but this system should be east of us before midday tomorrow. We won't be staying dry for long; the next round of wet weather will come from a different direction though. Our upper level flow will shift to the northwest by Thursday morning.
This northwesterly flow will bring in several bands of showers and cooler temperatures. The amounts of rain will be much less than what we have had from the last three storms that came at us from the southwest. The flow shifts to the north on Friday and we will turn dry for the weekend but with much colder temperatures.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a few sprinkles early, 51 / 56.
Thursday: Occasional showers, 48 / 53.
Friday: Mostly cloudy with a few showers early, 46 / 51.