TONIGHT: We could see a few sprinkles here and there into the evening tonight, but the better chance is holding off until closer toward midnight. Temperatures will only fall into the low to mid 40s with winds around around 10 mph out of the south keeping temperatures propped up.
WEDNESDAY: Spotty light rain will be lingering in our eastern-most counties in the morning before the cold front finally pulls off to the east. Temperatures will make it into the low 50s despite mostly skies throughout much of the day. Winds will get up to 15 mph out of the west as this system moves through. Clouds will gradually filter out of the area during the afternoon and evening.
EXTENDED: An upper-level ridge will begin to build in place heading into Thursday, which will lead to a return to quiet weather closing out the week. Temperatures will work into the mid to upper 50s on Thursday, and making it into the 60s by Friday. As this ridge breaks down, we’ll be tracking a more active weekend, with a couple of chances of rain lasting through Monday, with cooler air returning by Tuesday. Be sure to check back with ABC 17 News on-air and online to get the latest forecast updates.