Good Morning Tri-State! We're off to another gloomy start this Saturday morning. A few showers and storms will continue to drift through the area today with highs struggling to hit the upper-60s.
We'll stay mostly dry into Sunday morning and throughout the second half of the weekend as the pesky cut-off low finally starts to move off to the north east. Can't rule out an isolated shower, but most of us will start to see more breaks in the clouds and slightly warmer temps.
We'll see nothing but sunshine both Monday and Tuesday with winds gradually shifting out of the east, and then southeast through the first half of next week.
That wind shift will allow warmer air to move back into the region, bumping highs into the low-80s as early as Wednesday. Our next best chance for showers and storms looks to hold off until late Thursday and Friday of next week.
A few showers
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