Areas of drizzle and fog leading to reduced visibility this afternoon and evening. The fog will stick around into tomorrow before the sun finally starts to peek out.
Under mostly cloudy skies tonight, overnight lows will drop back into the lower 30s. It should remain mainly dry this weekend but it looks like both Saturday and Sunday will be rather breezy. There is a slight chance for an afternoon shower on Saturday. Sunday will feature more sunshine, however it will also be the cooler of the next two days as highs only top out in the upper 30s and lower 40s. Highs on Saturday reach the lower to middle 40s.
Temperatures will gradually rise heading into next week, with Wednesday being the warmest day of the week. Despite the warm temperatures, we will also have to contend with some soaking rains Tuesday night through Thursday. There are two consecutive low pressure systems that track through the Mid-Atlantic towards New England. The track of the lows determine exactly how much rain we get. At this point, it looks like rain totals could exceed two inches. That would certainly help our drought situation.
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