As problematic weather continues to move out to the east, let’s take a look at our longer range forecast and what it looks like the next couple of days.
Showers will slowly come to an end through Thursday night, with cloud lingering into the early hours of Friday morning.
As the day goes on, however, Friday will start to clear and we should be looking at a fairly nice day with increasing sunshine.
Winds will be coming in from the NE and it’ll stay fairly cool outside through the day even with the sunshine, and make sure you enjoy the sun because it won’t be sticking around.
Clouds start to return Friday night with worsening conditions into Saturday and another round of rainfall kicking around for the weekend.
Saturday is shaping up to be gray and chilly with temperatures struggling to break out of the 50s with gusty winds to go along with it.
This rain won’t be as strong as Thursday’s round of showers were but over Saturday and Sunday we could get an additional inch.
It’ll remain dreary through the new year with clouds and drizzly showers continuing through the holiday with a freeze possible by the end of the first week of January.