Updated Wed, Oct 22, 2014 7:32 pm
A cut-off low pressure system is still working its way to the north east and keeping our region covered with clouds.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy with a wind chill in effect making it feel a few degrees less than the actual temperature.
Tomorrow, high pressure will begin to build and this means clearer skies and calmer winds for the day.
An upper-level disturbance is anticipated for Friday, bringing with it a very slight chance of showers late morning to mid afternoon.
Otherwise, Friday will be mostly cloudy yet warmer with a high near 63°.
Another high pressure system will come into the forecast for Saturday and will last through the beginning of next week.
This means warm afternoons and mild nights are in store for Saturday through mid next week.
TONIGHT: Cloudy. | LOW: 40°
THURSDAY: Sunny. | HIGH: 60° | LOW: 38°
FRIDAY: Slight chance of showers after 10 a.m. Mostly cloudy. | HIGH: 63° | LOW: 44°
SATURDAY: Sunny. | HIGH: 65° | LOW: 42°
SUNDAY: Sunny. | HIGH: 66° | LOW: 44°
MONDAY: Sunny. | HIGH: 71° | LOW: 47°
TUESDAY: Sunny. | HIGH: 72° | LOW: 54°
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy. | HIGH: 63°