After a nice day Wednesday, low pressure will spread some showers and a few thunderstorms across the region in the evening and linger into Thursday morning.

Rain will move into the Appalachians later Wednesday afternoon, but the I-95 corridor will see the “main event” of rainfall overnight while most of us are sleeping.

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Rainfall amounts should average 0.25″ to 0.5″ with locally higher amounts possible in thunderstorms. We will be cooler behind the storm Thursday with highs only reaching in the mid/upper 70s.

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Some peaks of sunshine can be expected during the afternoon as a high pressure system builds across the Great Lakes region and into the Northeast.

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The weekend is still on track to feature no less than partly sunny skies with afternoons progressively getting warmer in the low and mid 80s.