Evening Forecast Monday, October 7th, 2013

A cold front brought much needed rainfall today but a couple of dry days are coming our way.
Updated: Monday Evening, October 7th, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

A cold front brought heavier rainfall and some gusty winds to the region early today. In it's wake, the afternoon featured more clouds than sunshine with afternoon temperatures holding mainly in the 50s. The number of clouds should continue to decrease tonight and the winds will diminish with low temperatures in the lower to middle 40s. A bubble of high pressure sliding by to our north will bring sunshine just mixing with a few clouds on Tuesday. It will be nice in the sun with highs in the 60s. This high pressure system will continue to dominate our weather Tuesday night into Wednesday. Though as an easterly flow persists and a disturbance moves up the coastline, cloudier weather could make a return later in the week. Sunshine will only mix with some clouds Wednesday, then Thursday, Friday and Saturday could turn out to be mostly cloudy with some rain or drizzle possible each day. Worst case scenario, temperatures will only reach into the 50s, but if this pattern does not materialize, then the mercury could reach to near 70 with sunshine. We'll have a better feel as time gets closer.
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