The wet week continues with more showers and even a few thunderstorms expected through the day, Tuesday, as low pressure continues spinning to our Southwest. A frontal boundary extending off that low and meandering to our South will be the focal point for impulses that will trigger the rounds of rain. Brisk Northeast winds will pickup as we go through the day and really whip tonight, keeping temperatures much lower than they were yesterday in the cool low 40s. The transitioning temperature profile of the atmosphere will lead to an interesting potential variety of precipitation Thursday night into Friday with areas of snow, though little if any accumulation is expected. We may have to wait until later Friday and into Saturday for brighter, more quiet, albeit cool conditions with approach of high pressure.
Stay dry and have a great Tuesday!