A partly sunny and seasonable day to close out the weekend

 

Another nice day is on tap to close out the weekend with some sunshine and seasonable temperatures. Clouds increase tonight in advance of our next storm system that will bring rain to the region for the start of the work week..

Sunshine this morning with begin to mix with some high, thin clouds. The day will remain dry so if you have outdoor plans you are going to be just fine. It will be another day where we see seasonable temperatures as highs top out in the lower 70s. Winds will not be much of a factor with southerly winds between 5-10 mph.

Clouds will increase tonight and there is the chance for showers after midnight. Lows will not be as cool tonight as they were last night with temperatures dropping back into the mid to upper 40s. You will want to grab the umbrella as you head out the door tomorrow morning. Showers are possible tomorrow morning with the rain becoming steadier by the afternoon. A much cooler day with highs only in the mid to upper 50s.

Rain will come to an end Monday night with lows dropping back into the middle and upper 40s. High pressure should kick clouds out quickly Tuesday morning and we end up with a nice day with temps back to the 70s. Clouds will build back in for Wednesday with the chance for a few afternoon showers. Another trough of low pressure will move across the Northeast Thursday and Friday with patchy clouds, slightly cooler temps and showers.

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