An Autumn cold front has swept through the region sending temperatures plummeting. Our highs today will be about 25 degrees below yesterday's 86 degree reading. The main area of precipitation is still off to the Southwest behind the initial boundary, but it will lift into our area as the day progresses. We'll see enough atmospheric forcing to produce some scattered rain primarily from mid-morning into the mid-afternoon. The showers rapidly diminish this evening and clouds will rapidly decrease tonight. High pressure sets up shop for Friday through the weekend leading to a lot of sunshine and warming temperatures.
Have a great Thursday!