The main part of the weather story continues to be unseasonably warm temperatures brought about by southerly winds.  This wind flow will continue over the area until the weekend.  

Dew point temperatures will be rising into the lower to middle 60s.

Current winds:

After a bright start to Tuesday clouds slowly returned from the southerly flow.  Wednesday morning will be overcast with some fog.

Rain returns to the forecast as early as tomorrow morning with a little drizzle possible.  A slightly better chance of rain will be in the Wednesday night to Thursday night forecast with most rain totals predicted to hold under .10"

A strong Canadian cold front will move through the region after sunrise Saturday.  Autumn air will be back with highs of 67 to 71 Saturday followed by 63 to 67 Sunday.  Both days will be mostly sunny.  Chilly mornings are in the Sunday/Monday outlook.

Your 7 Day Forecast shows the drop in weekend temperatures.

Thanks for stopping by.

--Rich Segal @RichSegal1121