The large upper low that brought us several days of precipitation has finally moved northeast into Canada. Today the clouds from this system should slowly begin to move out as well. Despite the fact we should get to see the sun, highs today will struggle to make it up to 48-degrees.
Tonight with the absence of cloud cover and light winds, lows are expected to bottom out in the upper 20s.
Thursday through Saturday: High pressure should give us lots of sunshine and warming temperatures. Highs should be in the low to mid 60s by Saturday.
Sunday through Tuesday: A slow moving cold front is expected to meander through the southeast bringing us a chance of rainfall Sunday night through Tuesday.
By Wednesday the system will likely move out leaving us with partly cloudy skies.