A wave of low pressure that brought record spring warmth Saturday, accompanied by rain and severe wind, is moving past the Northeast coast.
Chilly northwest winds behind the storm brought early sprinkles and left lots of clouds that will hang on through Monday morning.
Drier air will will cause skies to turn partly cloudy Monday afternoon, as high pressure to our east beings a milder southerly flow. A Midwest storm will pass well to our north Monday night, but drag a weak cold front through Ohio Tuesday afternoon. Moisture is limited so expect clouds and maybe a sprinkle.
Rain chances will increase on Wednesday, followed by sunny and cooler weather Thursday. Another system could bring rain on Friday, followed by colder weather next weekend.
- Tonight: Mostly cloudy, cool. Low 37
- Monday: Partly sunny. High 48
- Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, mild. High 57 (37)
- Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, showers late. High 55 (42)
- Thursday: Mix sun and clouds, cooler. High 44 (30)
- Friday: Cloudy, rain returns. High 48 (38)