Evening Forecast Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

High pressure continues to dominate our weather.
Updated: Wednesday Evening, September 25th, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

High pressure continues to dominate our weather and will keep us in a tranquil pattern for a while. There were some clouds that mixed with our sunshine as an upper-air disturbance passed over the region. We'll have a clear to partly cloudy sky tonight. It will still be cool, but not quite as chilly as recent nights. There can be a few pockets of fog that will develop later tonight but should burn off quickly on Thursday. Otherwise, Thursday will be another comfortable day with a partly to mostly sunny sky. This high pressure system will continue to filter comfortable air into the region for Friday and Saturday. While each day may start off with some patches of low clouds and fog, each midday and afternoon will feature plenty of sunshine. Temperatures each day will reach into the 70s in most spots.  Sunshine will fade behind more clouds Sunday thanks to a slowly approaching front and a flow from the Atlantic Ocean. This front will bring more clouds than sunshine with scattered showers and drizzle on Monday, but right now it doesn't seem like there will be much rainfall. Behind that front, we'll have some sunshine and comfortable conditions into the middle of next week.
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