Low pressure is stacked from the surface through the upper levels of the atmosphere. When this occurs it's very slow to move away. That means the associated clouds and rain will remain stuck around our region right through Friday evening. The strong cold front that passed through yesterday sent our temperatures tumbling in a big way. After yesterday's highs near 70 degrees, readings will be hard pressed to reach 50 degrees today and tomorrow. Winds will remain rather blustery, as well. At this point, timing looks to be on track for clearing, plenty of sunshine, dry conditions, and moderating temperatures for the upcoming weekend.
Have a great Thursday!