Most of us stayed dry today, but a couple of rain showers did enter the picture this afternoon as a cold front passed through the region. This cold front was fairly weak, but now that it has stalled out to our east, there is still a chance for rain showers over the next 24 hours. A low pressure system working its way up the East Coast will feed moisture northward, meaning we’re looking at rain showers late tonight and into Monday morning.
Things quiet down Monday afternoon, and it’s possible that we could see a bit of sunshine at times. A second wave of moisture comes through late Monday and into Tuesday morning, making for another wet start to the day. At this point, the aforementioned low pressure will glide up the coast towards central New York. By Wednesday the system should be right overhead, providing enough instability for us to watch for a thunderstorm or two. Despite the early week unsettled pattern, temperatures should hold steady in the low to mid 70s.
High pressure returns on Thursday, quieting things down. Sunshine will be prevalent through the end of the work week and the start of the weekend.