After yesterday's potent but compact and rapidly moving cold front, we'll notice a downturn in temperatures. Highs today will only reach the mid 60s. That's just the beginning of the fall, though. By the weekend, the chillier Canadian Autumn air mass settles in overhead and limits our maximum mercury to the mid and upper 50s, more than 10 degrees below average for this time of year. High pressure at the surface will offer us a break from any rain today. Look for some sunshine with a few clouds. As an upper level trough digs in and a few new surface disturbances approach from the West, more scattered rain will pop up to finish the work week and linger into the first half of the weekend.
Have a great Thursday!