A cold front will stall out over the area. Not seeing the clouds leaving just yet in fact, it remains overcast for the next 24hours. Rain chances this evening are slim to none. Temperatures will be mild once again overnight in the mid to upper 50s. We could start the morning with patchy drizzle but most everyone will have a dry commute under gray skies.
BETTER THREAT FOR RAIN
Low pressure from the southwest will ride up the stalled frontal boundary and with some upper level energy will trigger a better chance for afternoon and evening showers. Temperatures should still be able to reach the upper 60s to near 70 with a southwest wind.
Rainfall amounts will range from a quarter of an inch to as much as an inch before the system accelerates out of here late tomorrow night.
SUNNY END TO THE WEEK
High pressure builds in behind the departed front Friday. Morning lows will be noticeably cooler in the upper 40s to around 50 and afternoon temperatures will be closer to average in the low 60s.
Over the upcoming weekend, a broad trough will settle over the east. Numerous disturbances will rotate through assisting cold front through the area Saturday night and again Tuesday. We are dry as of now through the weekend with just a small threat for a shower overnight Saturday. Highs will be seasonal in the mid 60s to start the weekend but overnight lows will dip into the low 40s Sunday and only warm to around 61 by the afternoon under partly cloudy skies.
COLDER START TO WEEK
Monday many areas will dip into the 30s! Plenty of sunshine but we may only muster 50s for highs. Tuesday will be milder as the next front arrives. It looks moisture starved at this point but will drive in even colder temperatures for Wednesday with lows in the 30s and highs in the mid 50s.
The feel of fall will return next week!
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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