Sunday's picture-perfect spring weather will give way to a string of rainy days this week, according to forecasts from the National Weather Service.
Sunday will be mostly sunny, with temperatures in the low to mid-70s, said meteorologist David Stark. Clouds are expected to increase Sunday night and temperatures will be in the high 50s.
A chance of rain begins Sunday night, increasing Monday as the day goes on, when it will be accompanied by patchy fog, Stark said. The fog is not expected to be dense, and is not likely to interfere with visibility, he said.
Temperatures on Monday will be in the mid-60s.
The rain is slated to continue into Tuesday and Wednesday, with scattered showers and the possibility of a thunderstorm both days, he said.
Temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday are forecast to be in the lower to mid-70s, with lows both days around 60 degrees.
Breaks in the clouds could come on Thursday, but there is also a chance for showers that day as well, Stark said.
"It's a little uncertain how quickly clearing will take place," he said.