Sunshine finally returns to the forecast this Wednesday after a grey and damp few days. Morning conditions however are still a little gloomy under mostly cloudy skies and possible patchy fog following yesterday's evening drizzle. Temperatures have remained mild, only falling to the low 40s, but big improvements are in store by the afternoon. Skies will clear, the sun will be out, and highs will reach the mid 50s later today, making for a warmer and brighter day. Clouds build right back in overnight, however, as lows fall to the upper 30s ahead of rain chances Thursday.
Influence from Hurricane Zeta will bring a chance for widespread rain tomorrow, especially for southern counties. Models indicate that northern counties could stay dry, but there is still lots of variability with the track of Zeta which has yet to make landfall. It's a good idea to at least have the umbrella in the car tomorrow while skies will be otherwise cloudy with highs again in the upper 40s.
Have a great Wednesday!