Wednesday: The cold front that brought us the showers and thunderstorms yesterday has pushed out of the area this morning leading to clearing skies, but cooler temperatures. We can expect times of sun along with a few clouds throughout the day. A north breeze gusting up to 20 mph will keep us on the cooler side with an afternoon high near 64 degrees.
Wednesday night: Any lingering clouds we had during the day will clear out quickly this evening. The clear skies and light winds will make for a fairly chilly night for mid-June standards. We can expect temperatures to drop near 42 degrees in the Twin Ports, but some areas up north may see some frost develop.
Thursday: We will start off on the chilly, but sunny, side on Thursday morning. Clouds will gradually increase throughout the day along with temperatures climbing to a high near 69 degrees.
Thursday’s clouds will lead to our next round of showers and thunderstorms pushing into the region by Thursday night into Friday. The cooler and unsettled weather pattern looks to continue into the weekend with off and on shower and thunderstorm chances sticking with us.