Scattered showers should taper off as the morning wears on but the cloud cover will stick around for the most part today. Unseasonably mild weather is the big story today and tomorrow. Temperatures both days will be well above normal and the calendar will have you doing a double take as it won’t feel like the first week of December.
Clouds increase tomorrow afternoon ahead of an advancing cold front, which will push through the region overnight. Showers are expected Tuesday night and into early Wednesday, but precip amounts won’t be impressive. A changeover to snow is possible for for higher elevations but accumulations aren’t expected.
While colder temperatures will follow the frontal passage, it won’t be terribly cold. Clouds decrease during the afternoon on Wednesday and high presssure will move back in. Thursday looks rather nice and temperatures will be near normal for this time of year.
Friday looks to be dry but cloud cover will be on the increase ahead of our next system which will bring more rain into the forecast for the weekend.