Few showers across
the region at the moment will slowly dissipate as we continue
throughout the day. Mostly cloudy skies will persist for most of the
day, with clearing beginning late today and this evening. Winds
will remain quite high overnight as well, and
temperatures will drop substantially below freezing again.
Thursday sees the winds die
down with sunny skies, however the cold air mass will continue to keep
temperatures only in the low 50's.
The next system moves into
the area Friday. Looking like a band of showers will come through late
on Friday with a low pressure system centered over the Great Lakes.
That low slowly moves away, and will bring additional rain on Saturday.
Temperatures will drop throughout the day on Saturday, as well. This
will set the weekend up to be cool once again.
Sunday should remain dry,
but partly cloudy skies and northwest winds are likely, which will keep
temperatures in the low 50's. The start of the next work week looks dry
as well, with slightly below seasonal average temperatures.
Last updated by David Loveless on
at 12:00 pm