Wednesday will be the warmest day we’ve had in a while, thanks to building high pressure. We’re expecting highs in the mid 80s across the tri-state area, perhaps a little cooler along the shoreline. Another run at 80 is possible on 80 before some slight changes. Morning lows in the 50s and 60s.
On Thursday, more clouds will be around as a frontal boundary decides to set up shop across the Northeast. So high temperatures “cool off” to the upper 70s on Friday and remain in the 70s over the weekend.
Along with the clouds, comes the chance of showers but not much. As the front sits over us, there’s chance of showers building on Friday, but it’s fairly slight. There’s a little better chance come the weekend, but the good news is it doesn’t look like a washout. There may be a good amount of rain as we head into Sunday night, but that’s a long way off. Enjoy the warmth!