MORE SHOWERS WEDNESDAY: A slow moving storm system continues to push east, and it keep showers in the forecast through Wednesday. This means more soggy, drizzly, and foggy weather through the evening and overnight. Temperatures aren’t expected to move much from current readings, so expect numbers in the 40s through Wednesday morning. Periods of showers continue through Wednesday before the system finally exits later in the day. Temperatures slowly creep into the upper 40s to middle 50s.
DRYING OUT: Thursday is much drier for the area. Expect partly sunny skies as a cool pocket of air passes through. Readings are cooled in the middle 40s. Friday full sunshine returns as high pressure makes a comeback. Afternoon temperatures are seasonable, in the middle to upper 40s.
THIS WEEKEND: High pressure remains in control for the rest of the forecast period. Temperatures warm above average through the weekend, with ample amounts of sunshine. Highs are in the lower 50s Saturday, and then in the middle 50s Sunday. The nice stretch of weather lasts into Monday as well. Clouds increase a bit for Tuesday, but conditions look dry for now. Highs remain above seasonal averages in the lower 50s through early next week.
Have a great night!