We are still under a stubborn easterly flow as high pressure grips the northeast. Drizzle, mist, fog and a few showers will be possible. Visibility may be hampered at times too. Temperatures will fall from the cool 40s to upper 30s.
The day looks just as gray with a few showers early then again later in the evening as several waves ride along a stalled boundary still situated to our south. Strong easterly flow will keep the clouds, fog, drizzle and mist for much of the day. Highs will be held in the mid to upper 40s. As evening approaches, the high will finally start to pull away as our next frontal system approaches. Temperatures may fall to the low 40s but rebound as the winds pick up out of the south.
Warmer air will finally be able to move in as the winds shift. This will help to scour out the miserable conditions. It will also allow much warmer air to surge in briefly to end the week. Highs will warm to the low 70s before a cold front sweeps across the area in the afternoon bringing a threat for showers and possible thunderstorms. Friday night, cooler air wraps in dropping temperatures to near 40 but drier air moves in for the weekend. Highs will be seasonal near 60 Saturday. A breeze will make it feel cooler. More sunshine for the second half of the weekend and highs will warm to the low to mid 60s. Next week it looks like warmer days but also the threat for showers returns.