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We trade out yesterday’s sunshine for more cloud cover and an unsettled pattern to end the week. This morning there will be some areas of patchy fog, which will limit visibility in some spots. Cloud cover moves in this morning, but it should stay dry until a few showers develop later this afternoon and evening. Highs today will be in the middle 60s.

Tonight, the clouds stick around along with a few showers. Lows fall back into the mid and upper 40s.

A slow-moving area of low pressure will slide over the Great Lakes and into the Northeast. This will bring more showers for Thursday, Thursday night, and Friday. As the low transfers its energy to a coastal low, our winds will become northerly. This means cooler air will also return. Highs on Thursday will be in the low and mid 50s, mid and upper 40s on Friday. It may be cold enough across the higher elevations to see some snow mix in Thursday night and into Friday.

As the low pressure system departs, our Saturday will be quiet. Clouds will try to break for some peeks of sunshine. Highs will be in the mid 50s. A shower is possible by Sunday with highs nearing 60. A few showers linger into Monday and Tuesday with highs in the low 60s. 

Have a great Wednesday!

–Meteorologist Logan Westrope

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