Another small disturbance will pass to our North today leading to some cloudiness again. We could even see a few passing flurries, but with so much dry air still in place at the surface, any measurable precipitation will be avoided. With a growing Southerly wind, our temperatures will climb a few degrees higher than yesterday with reading reaching the upper 40s to near 50 degrees. That's about average for this time of year. High pressure will build in from the West decreasing the clouds overnight, though there could be some patchy fog that develops late and then lingers into Friday morning. Eventually we'll see more sunshine Friday with seasonal highs in the mid 40s. The pleasantly quiet conditions should persist into the weekend.
Have a great Thursday!