Cloudy and soggy overnight into Wednesday morning.
More rain is possible for the end of the week.
- Showers, fog, and drizzle likely overnight
- Showers linger through Wednesday morning
- Another system expected Thursday into Friday
A wedge is setting up across the region and we will likely see cloud, showers, drizzle, and areas of fog through the night. Lows dip into the 40s area wide. This looks to continue through much of Wednesday morning.
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
Showers, fog, and drizzle are likely for the morning commute and tapering off mid to late morning. The wedge could break down for some locations mid to late afternoon. Highs look to climb into the 60s across the region.
A low pressure system over the south will push a strong cold front into the region Thursday afternoon into Thursday night.
The front will bring our best chance of rain Thursday night into Friday morning. We’re also monitoring the threat of strong storms which may move across the region that evening. At this time, the confidence in any severe risk is quite low.
Highs will soar quickly toward the end of the week, hitting the low 70s by Thursday and the mid 70s by Friday.
We’ll dry out by the weekend with another front coming in by Sunday which will bring much cooler temperatures to the region early next week. We’ll go from highs near 70° Sunday to the 50s on Monday.
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