We will slowly chisel the clouds away today but don't expect to see much sun until this afternoon. Highs will be held in the low and middle 60s while staying rain free. Tonight, clouds will be off and on with lows in the middle 40s by Saturday morning. This weekend, our weather will start to change a bit. The high pressure ridge centered to our north will move east into the Atlantic; that movement in position will cause our winds to be from the south and southeast. As a result, warmer air will be tossed our way as highs climb into the low and middle 70s. A developing storm system will start to impact the region by Sunday night with only isolated thunderstorms in our western counties. A cold front will slide across the region Monday through early Tuesday sparking scattered showers and thunderstorms. As of right now, severe weather isn't a huge concern but how the system develops will have to be monitored. Our computer models have been consistent in clearing us out quick by Tuesday afternoon with a return of seasonable air Wednesday and Thursday. Stay tuned!
Be safe and have a great Friday!
-Meteorologist Sean Parker