Tonight, we will become mostly cloudy as an area of low pressure to our west drops through the Ohio Valley while another area will work its way up the coast. This will bring us a southeasterly wind, which will help bring more moist air into the region. This will make it a muggy night as our low temperatures will drop to the lower and middle 60s.
As for tomorrow the low pressure to our west will continue to move southeast through the Ohio Valley, and the low pressure along the coast will work its way through the Delmarva Peninsula. This will bring us a fair amount of clouds with showers and that will develop during the afternoon and evening. At times this rain can be heavy. The easterly wind flow will continue, and it will be a cool, but muggy, day as our high temperatures will struggle to get to the lower 70s and some places may not get out of the 60s. Steady rain will continue through the overnight hours as the coastal low continues its northward march. Low temperatures will fall to the upper 50s and the lower 60s.
Sunday will continue to have plenty of clouds with showers as the coastal low gets absorbed by the low pressure moving southeast through the Ohio Valley. It will be another cool day as our high temperatures in the 70s. Sunday night will continue to be unsettled with showers and the mercury will only fall to the lower and middle 60s.
Monday and Tuesday will each have more clouds than sunshine along with scattered showers and thunderstorms. There can be some flooding rains with these storms as it will be quite humid each day with dewpoint temperatures reaching to around 60s. High temperatures both days will be in the upper 70s to the lower 80s.
Wednesday and Thursday will have a blend of clouds and sunshine with scattered showers and thunderstorms as a cold front will move through the region. It will still turn out to be humid with high temperatures in the upper 70s to the lower 80s.
We will look to dry out some on Friday under a mix of clouds and sunshine with our high temperatures in the 70s to near 80 degrees.