It's definitely feeling like Fall across the Tri-State.
Most of us our walking out the door to temperatures in the low to mid-50s under mostly cloudy skies in our area. The gray conditions will dominate and assist in maintaining afternoon highs in the low to mid-70s. Winds will continue to be on the light side.
The biggest difference you will experience today and tomorrow will be the increasing cloud cover. The good news is, the remnants of Tropical Depression Beta will remain mostly to the south of us, but that’s not stopping the overcast skies.
Rain chances will be limited, but it looks like our southern communities will be at the greatest risk of seeing any showers from Beta. Chances will be likely starting late afternoon into Thursday morning. For those who do receive any precipitation, it won't be much. By Thursday afternoon, we'll still experience gloomy skies but the rain will be gone.
This weekend will be trending not only drier, but warmer with highs topping out in the 80s.