The roller coaster ride of temperatures and rainfall we've seen over the last week looks to continue throughout the next seved days so don't put away the warm weather clothes, or the cold weather clothes for that matter, just yet.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue to rumble through the region today as high temperatures reach back up into the upper 70s to lower 80s. The moisture is associated with a frontal system stalled over the area and won't move through until later tonight into early tomorrow. While the moisture is in place, expect another foggy start to your day on Wednesday.
Once the front passes, temperatures will slowly fall Wednesday afternoon and into the early night hours, eventually bottoming out in the 40s Thursday morning. By Thursday afternoon, plenty of sunshine but nowhere near as warm as high temperatures only reach into the middle to upper 50s. A quick warm up though for Friday into the weekend as highs Friday reach into the 60s and then into the upper 70s by Saturday.
The warmer temperatures will come with more clouds though and a stray shower is possible late on Saturday. Another front is expected to make it into the are on Sunday and that will keep temperatures a bit cooler. Highs on Sunday will stay in the middle 60s with scattered showers and storms returning.
Much cooler going into the next week as lows on Monday return to the 40s and showers leave early in the day. Highs on Monday look to stay in the 40s with temperatures Tuesday morning dipping back below freezing on the Northshore and returning into the middle 30s on the Southshore.