An upper level trough will start digging into our region today bringing with it grey skies, cooler temperatures, and periods of rain with a few thundershowers. As that trough closes off and starts heading to our East as a low we'll have an opportunity for more wet weather through early Friday morning, particularly boosted by a Northeasterly flow helping to trigger some Lake Effect showers, too. The cooler Canadian air will keep our highs below average in the low to mid 70s, for a change, through Saturday. Clouds will decrease through the day on Friday setting up a rather bright weekend.
Have a great Thursday!