Pencil in some outdoor activities for Sunday, because this could be the last completely dry day for quite awhile.
Some fair-weather clouds will be seen for the second half of the weekend to go with intervals of sunshine. Thermometers climb a little higher with most spots headed into the low to mid 70s.
Monday starts off quiet, but it will end in a noisy way. Thunderstorms start to spark west of the continental divide during the afternoon before becoming widespread during the evening hours.
Then we settle into a typical May rainy routine for the middle of the work week. Gray skies will be seen often with soaking rains from time to time.
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