We continue to stay damp and raw with clouds and pockets of drizzle here and there. Temperatures will stay in the 40s for most of the evening along with the drizzle and fog.
However, conditions will improve tomorrow as clouds give way to some afternoon sunshine. It will feel like spring-time too with temperatures into the 50s and near 60. Meanwhile, another area of low pressure will slide our way from the Ohio River Valley bringing with it another period of rain for tomorrow night into Thursday morning.
Clouds will give way to some sunshine on Thursday followed by some afternoon showers, downpours and even a rumble of thunder as some upper level energy sweeps into New England. Isolated gusty winds and small hail are possible.
As this system moves out colder air will sweep in for Friday and the weekend. Right now the weekend is looking, dry, and chilly with temperatures in the lower 40s for highs and nighttime lows near 20.
Over the weekend a coastal storm will take shape off the Carolinias and with cold air in place things will get interesting. At this point the latest signs suggest this storm will pass out-to-sea. However, it will be a close call and with cold air in place the stakes are high. It will be cold enough to support snow so stay tuned! This would be for late Sunday into Monday.
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