Temperatures remain cool over the region, about five to seven degrees below average to be exact, for late August. Gradual warming will be the trend over the next two days. Quiet weather is in place for inland areas, but along the coastline several disturbances will be brushing by bringing a chance for light showers.
A longwave trough, or large dip in the jetstream, is positioned to our West. This is sending bits of energy our way, but most will pass to the north. Light drizzle and/or rain showers are likely along the Coast through Thursday for this reason.
A closed low is among the disturbances hanging out in this trough and that may bring showers and thunderstorms to inland areas by next weekend. Aside from this, only varying cloud cover is in the forecast for inland areas through the work week.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese