As a weak upper air disturbance moves through the area by Wednesday morning our light rain showers will come to an end and temperatures will get milder in spite of lots of cloud cover. Temperatures will actually go above normal and make it into the 70’s for Thursday and Friday ahead of an arctic front arriving on Saturday. The cold air behind that front will produce near freezing temperatures early next week with wind chills in the 20’s. In the meantime look for a warming trend.
Tonight light rain is likely breezy and rather chilly with steady temperatures in the low to mid 50’s.
Wednesday expect the rain to end early in the morning then remaining mostly cloudy but light winds and milder with a high of 68.
Wednesday night will be muggy and milder with areas of fog and a low of 56.
Thursday will be mostly cloudy to cloudy but a gentle breeze and warmer with a high of 75.
Temperatures plummet into the 30’s here Saturday night through Sunday morning with wind chills in the 20’s