Not much change in the overall pattern as the conveyer belt of rain persists. 

The temperatures Wednesday reached the 60s, so that is on the mild side, and should remain mild again Thursday even after the front passes. The flow of air from the west and south should keep the temps above normal.

Foggy and misty conditions are going to remain for the rest of the week when it is not raining.

A cooler pattern sets up for Friday along with the chance for some more widespread rain. The rain will be light to moderate, so the chance for flooding will be very low and localized if it does occur.

A weak wedge develops on Saturday, so not much sunshine over the weekend.

Sunday will be rainy and chilly once again before we see some sunshine on Monday.

Stay Safe
John Carroll
Chief Meteorologist