Your forecast for today: The cold front that brought us the rain and cool temperatures yesterday has moved out of the area, but the strong area of low pressure attached to it will stall out over southern Canada today and keep the showers and breezy conditions around. There is even a brief window of time late this morning into the early afternoon that we may see a few isolated stronger storms. Winds will remain very breezy out of the west at 10-15 mph with gusts near 30 mph as temperatures struggle to reach a high of 66 degrees.

Tonight: The area of low pressure impacting the region will be slow to move away from the area. This will keep clouds and occasional showers in the forecast this evening and overnight with a low near 48 degrees.

Tomorrow: Our stubborn area of low pressure finally begins to pull away. We may still see a few morning showers, but by Wednesday afternoon we should see some sunshine with gusty winds up to 30 mph. Temperatures will remain cool with a high near 65 degrees.

Another weak system will slide along the Canadian border early Thursday morning, which may spark off a shower or two, but for the most part we should start to dry things out by the end of the week with more sunshine expected into the weekend.