Disturbances moving along a front stalled to our south will keep us cool, damp and unsettled today and tonight. We’ll have plenty of clouds along with fog along with rain at varying rates. At times there will be just drizzle and at times the rain will come down at a heavier rate. Temperatures will not move much, only reaching into the middle to upper 40s on Saturday east of Route 219 but warm air will likely send temperatures into the 50s in places farther to the west.
Rain will be heavy at times tonight and there may be flooding in some areas of poor drainage. Because of this there may be flooding in areas of poor drainage. Tomorrow will start wet and cool but as front moves through the region, the winds will turn westerly and we will have clouds break for some sunshine and a much warmer afternoon. Highs will be in the 50s to near 60. Behind that front we’ll have the opportunity to dry out some early next week. Monday will feature a mix of clouds and sunshine with highs in the 40s to the lower 50s. We’ll have a fair amount of sunshine on Tuesday with highs near to just above 50. More spots will reach into the 50s on Wednesday, but clouds will increase and there is a slight chance for some showers and drizzle later in the day. There’s a better chance for a cool rain to develop on Thursday and that rain may last into Friday. Highs will be in the 40s each day. Behind that system it will be a little chillier for the first weekend in March.