Tonight: 30% chance of scattered showers after about 3am. Winds increase toward morning. Wind: E->SE 5-10↑7-12G20 Low: 39-46
Wednesday: 20% chance of a shower or sprinkle with lots of dry time expected. Breezy. Large temperature gradient possible from SE to NW. Coolest southeast, warmest west of I81. Wind: SE/S 7-14G21-26 High: 49-60
Wednesday Night: 40% chance of scattered showers and perhaps a storm. Wind: Var 2-7 Low: 43-52
Mainly cloudy weather is expected to persist tonight. A batch of showers should move through late overnight with a 30% chance of precipitation. Lows range from a few upper 30s to mid 40s. Winds look to increase toward morning.
Wednesday brings a lot of dry time with a slight chance of a shower or sprinkle. The weather story Wednesday is expected to be a large temperature gradient from southeast to west. A southeast wind, along with a marine layer, is expected to keep temps in the upper 40s to near 50 Wednesday southeast, but with more a south wind west of 81, highs could climb into the upper 50s to near 60.
A stationary front is still slated to develop in our vicinity Thursday and we’re forced to keep a chance of rain, and perhaps thunder, in the forecast because of it. The chance of rain is 30% with highs in the upper 60s to low 70s. If that front settles farther south, it will be cooler and if it settles further north, we would likely be warmer.
Another low moves through the region Friday, bringing with it more rain chances. The rain could be steadier and there is also a thunder threat again. The chance of precipitation is 70%.
Saturday and Sunday both bring partly sunny skies with just a very small chance of a shower or two each day. The chance of precipitation is 20% with highs in the low to mid 60s.
Monday has a cloud and sun mix and the chance of showers returns Tuesday with highs in the 60s.