Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo
A bubble of high pressure gave us a nicer day today with some sunshine pushing temperatures into the upper 50s to near 60. Some high clouds started to move into the region this afternoon and there will be more clouds that arrive tonight as a warm front/cold front combination approaches the region. This combination will bring a round of showers along with scattered thunderstorms Friday, especially from the midday into the afternoon. Behind the system there will be a little break later Friday night into Saturday before another front brings scattered showers on Saturday. Temperatures may briefly reach to near 60 on Saturday but then another push of cooler air will send the mercury down, reaching into the 30s in many spots by evening. Sunday will be a cool day despite some sunshine. As of now it looks like the threat for rainfall will be quite small Sunday into early Monday. A slow moving upper level low pressure system will likely influence our weather through the middle of next week. This will send several rounds of showers and allow for cool weather Tuesday through Thursday, but the exact position of the system will dictate the weather. We'll have a better feel for the positioning as time gets a little closer.
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