High pressure along the Mid-Atlantic coast will produce a light southerly flow of increasingly moist air that will interact with several disturbances, bringing periods of light rain.

After a cold start in the low 20s this morning, readings will moderate under partly sunny skies, with readings reaching the seasonal upper 40s. Clouds will thicken, but the evening commute will be dry.

A weak area of low pressure will move northward across the Ohio Valley on Indiana Tuesday, with on-and-off rain lingering into early Wednesday morning, before a cold front pushes the moisture southeast.

Temperatures will stay on the mild side through midweek, topping out in the low 50s, before winds turn northerly Wednesday afternoon, bringing a slight cooldown.

A stronger disturbance will swing eastward across the region later in the week, accompanied by rain developing Thursday afternoon and lasting into Friday. Winds will increase heading in to the weekend.

Drier and seasonably cool weather will return next weekend.


  • Monday: Mix clouds and sun, seaosnably mild. High 49
  • Tonight: Showers develop. Low 43
  • Tuesday: Light rain at times. High: 52 
  • Wednesday: Rain early, cloudy and breezy. High 56, falling to 44 
  • Thursday: Rain returns. High 46 (38)
  • Friday: Rainy, windy later. High 48 (42)
  • Saturday: Mostly cloudy. High 45 (33)
  • Sunday: Mostly cloudy, showers. High 47 (35)