The evil upper-level low and blocking pattern that continues to prolong depressing weather across the region will keep throwing some periods of showers and rain our way, on & off through this evening.
There will still be a couple of showers around from time to time tonight and Saturday, although there will also be periods when it isn't raining. With a little luck we will get some breaks of sun into the mix during Saturday as well. A change is on the horizon, though. A cold front will sweep across Sunday morning with some more showers/rain. However, conditions will improve by later Sunday morning and into the afternoon as a northwest breeze takes over. Drier air coming in on this flow will allow for some clearing and a decent (though breezy) Mother's Day afternoon. Highs across many populated, interior, lower elevations will reach the low 60's Saturday and mid-60's Sunday. A number of coastal locations will stay in the 50's Saturday, though, and some higher elevations may see highs in the 50's both days this weekend.
Conditions look mostly dry for the first half of next week, with a slight warming trend, as the upper level pattern re-configures.