Rain chances this afternoon will remain low at 30%, but you may want to carry the umbrella for the chance of a couple of showers.
As the cold front gets closer to the state, a line of rain and an occasional thunderstorm will move in to the state late Monday night in to early Sunday morning.
Any accumulation appears unlikely, according to the National Weather Service. The chances of rain inland are lower.
Temperatures will run 18° to 24° above normal Monday with high temperatures in the lower to middle 60°s.
High temperatures will cool down to the 30s by Wednesday.
Cold arctic air will bring snow, hail and strong icy winds to the United Kingdom towards the end of the week, say weather forecasters.
"It will be very cold and get progressively colder going into Friday". By Thursday, temperatures will be well below average with highs struggling to make it into the mid 40s. Monday will likely be the best day of the week for outdoor plans as we should see the best combination of temperatures not too cold along with fair skies.
Tuesday night: A low of 29. Ben Bailey and I were just looking at some forecast upper air data for later tonight, and the wind aloft could be blowing at around 50 miles per hour just 1000 feet above the surface, so those late-night rain showers should be able to tap into that and give us some window rattling wind gusts.
He said: "We may see wintery showers this week off the coast and three to four miles inland, similar to last week". However, a warm up that will push highs back into the 50s is then expected to arrive in time for the weekend.
Saturday: A chance of snow showers with a high near 33 degrees and a low of about 22 degrees.
"We will also see a widespread increase in overnight frost and ice".