Your forecast for today: Breezy conditions with winds gusting up to 20 mph out of the northeast along with the overcast skies will make it feel quite chilly with an afternoon high of only 47 degrees.

Tonight: As an area of low pressure moves in from the west this evening, rain showers will increase and become steady overnight. Temperatures will drop to a low near 38 degrees, with temperatures getting cool enough along the Canadian border for the possibility of a few snow flurries mixing in, but no accumulation is expected.

Tomorrow: Showers and chilly temperatures will linger Thursday. Temperatures may be cool enough to the north again in the morning for a few flurries to mix in, but we are looking at just rain for most of the region. The rain could add up to around an inch, which is not good news for areas that have already dealt with saturated ground and flooding concerns. Showers should taper off by the evening with an afternoon high of only 46 degrees.

Clear skies moving in Thursday night will likely lead to a frosty, but sunny start on Friday. Friday is looking beautiful with plenty of sunshine before another round of rain arrives on Saturday.