We’re enjoying some milder weather across the region right now, but in typical November fashion, damp, dreary, gloomy weather will hang around for today and the midweek. Despite the thick cloud cover in the areas today, we’ll enjoy temperatures in the low to mid-40s in most spots to go with fairly light west winds.
Fog may develop again later tonight with a few breaks in the clouds in the overnight hours. Low temperatures will be around the freezing mark with very light west winds.
We may be fortunate enough to see a few breaks in the clouds early Wednesday, but those rays of sunshine will quickly be replaced by clouds and eventually some light rain. High temperatures tomorrow will be in the mid-40s with a gusty southeast breeze that will reach 25 miles per hour at times. The rain will develop toward the evening commute Wednesday, continuing through the night as a storm system approaches from the southwest.
We’ll have rain chances through Thursday morning and early afternoon as a storm system moves through the heart of the area. Temperatures will start the day in the lower 40s, but as colder air pours in on the backside of the system on gusty winds, we’ll see those temperatures drop into the 30s.
High pressure will bring abundant sunshine for Friday and it looks like we’ll enjoy brighter, drier weather through the weekend. High temperatures will warm from the 30s to the 40s through the course of the weekend as we head into the upcoming work week.