It's going to stay chilly on Wednesday with shower chances staying in the forecast.
Thick cloud cover stays with us on Wednesday with breezy north winds keeping temps in the mid to upper 40s across our viewing area.
The main upper level low pressure system we're tracking moves through the region today keeping shower chances in the forecast.
Storms are unlikely, but we could see a few in our southern counties.
It will be mostly cloudy with rain chances ending Wednesday night as the trough of low pressure pushes east of us.
Temps will be cold falling into the upper 30s, but nearly all of the area should remain above freezing.
It will be in the low 60s on Thursday with a clearing sky and light northwest winds.
Southerly flow returns by Friday along with sunshine allowing temps to climb to the mid 70s.