An area of low pressure working its way up the coast will spread some clouds over the region today. While there could be a stray sprinkle in some eastern counties, most of the region will remain dry. It will also be mild again this afternoon despite the clouds. By tonight, clouds will decrease a bit and temperatures will fall into the upper 30s.
The rest of the week will feature seasonably mild and sunny conditions as we warm into the mid 60s by Friday! Plan for clouds to increase Saturday, but it should stay mild for many of the holiday parades that are happening throughout the region! A stray shower is possible late in the day, but most of Saturday should be dry. A strong cold front will bring a stray showers Saturday night, followed by windy and colder conditions for Sunday and Monday. Expect a 20 degree difference between Saturday and Sunday with snow showers possible by Sunday! Stay tuned!