There’s not much change in Wednesday’s forecast as we continue to see the skies seesaw between clouds and sunshine.
Clouds will be the dominant feature for the first half of the day, but the sunshine will eventually have better luck in burning up those clouds.
The addition of some sunshine and winds predominately from the east (as opposed to the north) will allow temperatures to get up into the low 60s.
Sunshine isn’t going to hang on for the rest of the week, however, and even by late Wednesday we’ll start seeing clouds building up once again.
Cloudy skies late Wednesday/early Thursday will eventually lead to some light spotty showers for the first half of Thursday.
While not expecting torrential rain there will still be some wet patches and slick roads for the Thursday morning’s commute.
The showers will break up by the afternoon and the weather will quiet down for the remainder of the work week, before the weekend’s front.
Saturday is still expected to be a wet, soggy day as a front pushes across the region and ushering in some of the coldest temperatures we’ve seen so far this year by Sunday.