A large scale trough of low pressure is digging into the Great Lakes and Eastern Seaboard and will provide quite a variety of weather today. We start out with some patchy, dense fog. That will burn off and give way to partly cloudy skies through mid-day. This afternoon we'll see more clouds develop as some cooler air works its way in aloft. Along with those clouds we will likely see a few very light hit & miss showers... nothing too heavy or long lasting, but we've got to throw it in the forecast in spite of most of us remaining dry for the majority of the day. Highs get into the lower 80's
Any showers diminish quickly after sunset. Skies will become partly cloudy overnight with lows in the lower 60's.
Thursday is looking nice! It'll be warmer and offer plenty of sunshine through mid-afternoon. Under partly cloudy skies highs actually climb above normal for a change - into the mid 80's.
Thursday night a cold front moves in and will generate some widespread showers and isolated thunderstorms. Right now it looks like the front and accompanying showers will exit to the east by the Friday morning drive... after that it's back to sunshine which looks to stick around into the upcoming weekend.