Our Thursday is going to be a lot quieter. The latest satellite imagery shows our low pressure system centered over the Tri-State area. With the low pressure overhead, it will impact our weather. Low pressure systems spin counterclockwise. That means we'll have clouds wrapping around it, leading to a cloudy day. We'll also have showers wrapping around it. These showers will start off pretty scattered but look to become more widespread as we head later into the evening and night. It will also be much cooler with highs only in the low to mid 50s. The winds will be a little breezy again, as we could have gusts of 25 mph. Heading into Thursday night, the showers will continue for a lot of us but look to wrap up early Friday morning. Lows will be in the upper 40s.
Friday morning will start off rather cloudy with just a few lingering early showers. As we head through the day, those rather low clouds will begin to lift northward and scattered out of the area. So we should get to see some sunshine later in the day. Temperatures will be a little warmer, in the upper 60s.
Then, more rain is looking possible late Friday night into Saturday.