Some of the clouds will move out the area later this afternoon but we still won't see very much sunshine. Highs today will be in the low to mid 40s.
A wave/cold front will move through the Tri-States later this morning but it will not give us any rain or snow. This front will stall out just to our south tonight.
After midnight, into tomorrow morning a few light scattered rain showers will be possible. The next wave and low pressure will move through the area tomorrow. Highs will be in the upper 40s to near 50. The low will push the cold front to our southeast out of the area. Temperatures will fall sharply behind the front as a very cold and dry airmass rushes into the Midwest.
So highs for Thursday will be more seasonable, near 30 with partly cloudy skies. Our next best chance of precipitation arrives very late Thursday night into Friday. Right now it looks like we will be cold enough for the precipitation to start off as snow. So the morning commute Friday may be a little slick. However, once the temperatures get above freezing we will see the snow transition to rain. These snow and rain showers will be widespread.
Then we'll be much colder for the weekend, with highs on Saturday in the low 30s, highs on Sunday in the mid 20s.