An approaching front will continue to bring some clouds to the area tonight. Most of us will end up partly to mostly cloudy with a diminishing breeze. A couple of isolated flurries will be around, especially to the north and west of I-99.
This front will stall close to the area on Wednesday giving us more clouds than sunshine. High temperatures on Wednesday will mostly be in the 30s.
A weak disturbance moving along this front will bring a period of light snow or flurries later Wednesday night into Thursday; otherwise, Thursday will be mostly cloudy and chilly with high temperatures in the 30s. A stronger storm system will approach the area late this week into this weekend. A warm front will bring plenty of clouds on Friday with the chance for some rain in the southern part of the region by later in the day. There is a slight chance for a wintry mix in a few spots, but primarily this will be a rain event. We’ll have periods of rain Friday night into Saturday. Some of the rainfall could be heavier and there will also be areas of fog. Temperatures on Saturday will crawl through the 30s and into the 40s in places. We’ll be down to scattered showers Saturday night and Sunday with a good deal of clouds. Highs will be near to just above 40 on Sunday. Behind this system Monday will be cloudy to partly sunny and breezy with high temperatures in the upper 30s to the lower 40s. Tuesday will feature a mix of clouds and sunshine with highs near to just above 40. It looks like will stay a little bit milder than average through the middle and latter part of next week.