TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, breezy, and rainy with showers continuing overnight. Lows hold in the mid-50s.
THURSDAY: Morning showers taper off early, still breezy. Temperatures fall into the 40s by mid-late afternoon.
EXTENDED: It's chilly Thursday night as temperatures drop into the low 30s in the wake of the cold front. Another weak closed low pressure system tracks in from the west on Friday, bringing a chance for some light rain and potentially some isolated snow showers on Friday night into Saturday. This exits northeast early on Saturday, leaving us chilly and dry with highs in the mid-40s. We rebound back into the upper 40s to low 50s on Sunday, and remain mild into early next week. Rain is possible again by Tuesday, exiting on Wednesday and potentially leaving us dry for Thanksgiving.