7:15 AM | Rain tonight and tomorrow and then northerly winds bring in the chill; coastal storm threat continues for Saturday and snowflakes could mix in

6-Day Forecast


Increasing clouds, mild, a couple of showers possible during the mid-day and afternoon hours, mid 60’s


Mostly cloudy with showers evolving into a steadier rain, low 50’s


Cloudy with more rain likely, turning cooler as the day progresses, mid 50’s for highs early in the day then dropping on northerly winds


Mostly sunny, quite chilly, near 50


Mostly cloudy, windy, a cold rain possible and snowflakes could in, mid-to-upper 40’s


Mostly sunny, still very cool, near 50


Partly sunny, still quite cool, low-to-mid 50’s


Clouds will thicken up this morning as high pressure gives way to an approaching low pressure low pressure system that has formed along a frontal zone which separates much cooler air to the north and milder air to its south. The low will spread showers here late today and early tonight and then some steadier rain late tonight and tomorrow and at the same time colder air will be dropping southward into the Mid-Atlantic riding in on northerly winds. This low then clears out of here by Friday, but we’ll then have to watch for the possibility of a coastal storm that could possibly affect the region on Saturday with a cold rain and, in some cases, wet snow for the first time this season.