As high pressure continues to build into the region, drier air is filtering into the Tri-States. This has gradually cleared out some of the morning. For the rest of the afternoon and evening, we'll have mostly sunny skies with some high, thin cirrus clouds. Winds will be out of the east at about 5-10 mph. Even with those easterly winds, temperatures will be a tad warmer. Daytime highs are expected in the low to mid 60s. Heading into Wednesday night, cold temperatures are expected again as we'll have good radiational cooling. Meaning, temperatures will be able to cool off very efficiently due to us sitting under clear skies and having light winds. Lows will again be in the 30s to low 40s. Patchy frost will be possible again as well. Especially in areas sheltered from the light winds.
More sunshine is expected for Thursday. As the winds start to shift to the southeast, slightly warmer air will move into the Tri-States. Daytime highs will be in the mid to upper 60s.
Heading into Friday and the weekend, a more active weather pattern will be setting up. Right now the question is, when will the first rain showers arrive. Friday or Saturday?