We woke up to brief rain event this morning across the southern section of the Tri-State. Temperatures stayed on the mild side, but some of us dipped into the upper 40s. We're only going up from there, though.
If you liked yesterday, I believe you'll like this afternoon. We'll no longer deal with the rainfall, but look out for drying and clearing skies. The wind flow will stay out of the north, but with the ample amount of sunshine highs could reach the mid to upper 60s. Some of our northern communities will be a bit warmer because they're seeing more sunshine.
High pressure will build in from the northwest tonight into tomorrow. This will bring rain free conditions over the next couple of days, but some cold nights tonight and Thursday. We may end up in the 30s and 40s across the Tri-State tomorrow morning. Thankfully, Thursday and Friday afternoons will rebound nicely into the low to mid 60s under sunny skies.