Another cold front will move through the area Monday and will bring yet another chance for some rain.
A few showers will be possible early in the day with showers becoming more widespread by mid to late morning before tapering off again during the afternoon. A cold front sweeping through will drop temperatures into the low 40s by the evening commute.
Expect a wet and windy day for most of Thursday with highs in the middle 50's. I can't rule out a few showers after midnight Sunday night. These storms could produce stronger winds and possibly some hail. Afternoon temperatures will be in the low 50s.
As the area of high pressure that will keep us dry Tuesday begins to shift off the East Coast overnight, winds will return out of the south, moisture will increase, and clouds will move in by Wednesday morning. Low temperatures may fall into the lower 40s.
Friday through Saturday looks like a nice stretch. Other than a pop-up shower, the morning hours before sunrise will be dry. This means that our high temperature of 74 will be reached during that time frame.
Tomorrow sunny skies with highs warming up to around 60 with southeasterly winds gusting around 25mph. Sunday looks cloudier with a risk for showers later in the day.
Sunny skies and seasonable temperatures will be around Monday afternoon through Tuesday.