Surface map shows a low pressure system over Mississippi with a stationary boundary across Alabama into Georgia into the Atlantic Ocean. There is also a low pressure along the front in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of North Carolina. Another low pressure is across northern Manitoba with a trailing cold front through the Northern Plains. High pressure will control our weather as it is anchored over New England. A short wave moving through the Ohio Valley into the Great Lakes will are contributing to the clouds moving through our region from the south. An area of rain will continue to move into the viewing into western PA/NY. Locally we will see low clouds this morning as skies are currently overcast but we will see more sun returning in the afternoon. Temperatures will struggle to reach 80 degrees today given the cloud cover into the early afternoon so we are looking for high temperatures in the upper 70s northwest of our region and low 80s closer to I-95. Tonight we will see patchy clouds throughout the night with low temperatures getting down into the middle 60s which is a few degrees cooler than the normal low. Tomorrow the low pressure currently in the Atlantic Ocean will ride along the boundary northward. It will remain offshore but it will change our wind direction more to the east. This will allow for a rather cloudy day across the shore but sunnier inland.