Cold air continues to filter into the region behind last night's cold front, while a weak upper-level disturbance approaches from the southwest.
The disturbance will bypass us to the north, resulting in wet conditions, but very little in rainfall amounts.
Skies will begin to clear Wednesday evening, and temperatures will stay cool-to-chilly through Saturday morning.
Tonight, light rain or drizzle is likely with total accumulations of .10 or less. On average, it'll be very chilly with a low of 49.
Wednesday the drizzle will end in the morning. We'll see decreasing winds, but it'll still be mainly cloudy through the afternoon with a high of 61.
Wednesday night will be mostly clear and cold, with a low of 46.
Thursday will be much better, but breezy and still cool (for this time of February), with mostly sunny skies and a high of 66.