Unless you really enjoy drizzle, fog, and temps in the 50’s, today will be a great day for you. The cutoff low that brought all the clouds, showers, drizzle, and fog is about to be punted out with a one way ticket to the North Atlantic. We have about 3-4 more hours of the fog/drizzle before slow clearing this afternoon. This clearing will be initiated by the passage of a warm front which will bring with it scattered showers. By the early evening, most folks should be seeing breaks of sun with temps rapidly rising up to around 80. A cold front (read: dry front) will cross the area this evening and will provide just enough of a trigger to get a few convective showers going across southern and central areas. A few of these may develop enough to have a rumble of thunder but widespread thunderstorms are not expected.
In terms of temps, we’re starting out right around 50 in most spots and we’ll end up right around 80 in most spots with the exception being the midcoast where southerly flow will continue to keep the fog and low clouds ongoing through much of the evening.
More warm and sunny weather is expected for tomorrow before more clouds, drizzle, and showers arrive for Sunday and Monday.