Rain is moving into the Tri-State and we'll continue to see wet weather through our morning rush hour. Temperatures will remain steady or even rise a bit toward morning. We'll be near 50 degrees by 7 a.m. Plus, a few scattered showers will hang around through late morning.
A cold front will move into the Tri-State by noon, and ahead of it, we'll likely see widespread showers. Temperatures will rise slight into the mid 50s during the late morning before gradually falling in the afternoon into the upper 40s. By the afternoon, gradual clearing takes place from west to east.
Another area of low pressure will drag clouds into the area on Wednesday. By Wednesday night there's a 30% chance to see a few flurries around. I do not expect any accumulation nor any weather related issues. Temperatures will be more seasonal in the mid to upper 40s.
Following the low, the weather turns quiet for the remainder of the week. Mostly sunny skies and rising temperatures in to the 50s return.
Rain & showers
Morning showers/afternoon gradual clearing
Afternoon temperatures falling into the mid/upper 40s
High: 55 (early morning)
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