Overall, a very “meh” forecast is in store. A few more showers and storms will be possible throughout the day today as a pesky low pressure system remains fixed over the region. Temperatures should warm into the mid 60s once again. At least rain coverage won’t be as widespread as yesterday despite cloudy skies.
Low pressure moves to the east overnight leading to the development of northwest winds. However, mostly cloudy skies should keep temperatures in the low 50s.
We’ll be between weather systems on Wednesday, which should lead to a nicer day. We should see some breaks in the clouds as temperatures once again warm into the mid 60s.
A low pressure system will once again begin to organize to the south of the region Wednesday night. This will maintain the trend of mostly cloudy skies and northeast winds as lows drop into the mid 40s.
Conditions on Thursday will be very similar to Wednesday, despite the presence of low pressure across the region. Temperatures should once again warm into the mid 60s despite mostly cloudy skies. It appears the best chance of rain may be to the south of the region, though I can’t completely rule out a few showers.
It looks like we’ll stay dry Thursday night as the low pressure system once again departs the region. Lows will drop into the mid 40s under partly cloudy skies.
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