TONIGHT: Rainy, breezy and mild. Low 50F.
WEDNESDAY: Rain tapers to showers early in the morning. Cloudy with a stray shower for the afternoon. high 60F.
The rain is moving into the Midstate for the night. Most of the rain will be light, but some heavier rainfall is possible later tonight. Rainfall amounts for most locations will near a half inch, but some locations could see locally higher amounts near one inch. The rain tapers to showers early Wednesday morning, with cloudy skies and a stray shower for the afternoon.
Skies clear for Thursday with a breezy afternoon before more clouds return Thursday night. An area of low pressure will track north near the Atlantic coastline on Friday. We expect showers along the coast, but its still a close call for us. At this time, plan for cloudy skies Friday with the chance for showers to develop during the middle of the day.
We'll have scattered clouds Saturday with cooler air arriving on Sunday. Overall, much of the weekend looks dry.
A look ahead to next week shows signs of a Bermuda High developing off the Carolina coast. This could bring a stretch of unseasonably warm air with highs in the 70s and 80s early next week.
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder