Upper level winds will "flatten out" today into what's called a "Zonal" flow, leading to more mild air. Temperatures also moderate nicely to about 40 degrees today, surpassing the average of 34 degrees. With high pressure at the surface, to our Southeast, winds will be just a bit breezy from time to time and skies will be brighter, yet again. Dry air is expected to remain in place through tomorrow with plenty of sun as a disturbance passes well to our North. Another developing low pressure system will lead to more clouds on Friday and some precipitation in time for the weekend. At this point, it should be in the form of rain or perhaps periods of a rain/snow mix, but no major snow accumulation is expected.
Have a great Wednesday!