Clouds will thicken tomorrow morning ahead of an approaching frontal system. Rain will hold off Wednesday under cloudy skies with temperatures in the upper 60s. The cold front will bring rain spreading west to east during the early morning hours Thursday. The front will push east to the coastline by midday allowing for the rest of the afternoon to be mainly dry.
Another batch of rain will develop as a second wave of energy moves northeast out of the Ohio River Valley early Friday morning. Just like Thursday the focus of rain will be during the morning hours with conditions quickly clearing out for the afternoon and Friday night football.
The weekend will be seasonable and dry.
A cool air mass arrives for early next week with highs dropping to the upper 50s.