We’re cloudy, cool and rainy all day while we work an area of upper level low pressure through the region. This disturbance will take much of Wednesday to go from the central Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic coast; that brings clouds and rain to us from sunrise to sunset. We’re not looking at a severe threat or a drought buster but roads will be slick during both commutes. While skies stay cloudy, highs stay chilly, even by December standards, in the mid and upper 50s this afternoon. Tonight, the rain ends but we keep the clouds through early Thursday; lows by tomorrow morning will be in the mid 40s. Thursday afternoon dry air chews away the clouds and we see more sun but highs stay cool in the low 60s. A warming trend drives us into the weekend when highs will be back in the low 70s. Another disturbance will move close bringing isolated rain drops Saturday and Sunday. Current trends point to another front bringing scattered showers and storms Monday with clearing by late Tuesday. As is the case with the extended forecast, there remains a degree of uncertainty. Stay tuned!
Be safe and have a great Wednesday!
-Meteorologist Sean Parker