As the tail end of the cold front pushes through the region today, rain and thunderstorm chances will stay with us around 50%. High temps this afternoon will be below average due too limited sunshine, cloud covered skies and rain showers. As the trough exits our region, a nice cool drying trend will begin, which will push our morning low temps down to the upper 60’s Thursday morning. Thursday afternoon looks partly sunny with a high of 93. Friday should be mostly sunny as well, a few showers may be seen in our far eastern counties, and highs will rise to 95 degrees. Another shortwave trough will move through the area over the weekend which will bump our rain chances back up to 40-50% and keep our high temps around the low to mid 90’s. Heading into next week, it seems the rain will stay with us, with mostly cloudy skies and highs in the low 90’s.