General Discussion: A low pressure system with an attendant cold front looks to push through the region tomorrow and tomorrow night. A secondary low pressure system then looks to bring a reinforcing shot of cool air to the region Thursday into Friday, and behind this a large area of cool Canadian high pressure looks to build in for the weekend. This high looks to then move off to the east of the region early next week ahead of our next system. The net result of all of this for our region will be showers tomorrow and tomorrow night, followed by light scattered showers on Thursday then things look to dry out and cool down for the weekend.
Tonight: Low: 40
Skies look to remain mainly clear as we head into tonight, though it will be warmer than last night with no frost or freeze threats hovering around.
Tomorrow: High:65 Low:44
Widespread showers and maybe even a clap of thunder or two look likely tomorrow in the region. No severe weather is imminent, but it will be windy with some gusts possibly exceeding 30+ MPH.