After areas of fog early Wednesday, the fog will mostly burn off, but the clouds will stick around. All in all, we're looking at a mostly cloudy, cooler and dry day on Wednesday. With the cool down, daytime highs will remain short of climatological averages for this time of the year...with highs ranging from the upper 50s to the lower 70s.
A chance for showers enters the forecast on Thursday, and will continue through Friday from a low pressure system that moves into the state. This moisture starved storm system usually lends itself to a scattered shower type of event. Some areas may see .25" of rainfall, while others might not see any rain at all. Highs will only warm into the 50s and 60s late this week, followed by a warming trend through the weekend and into early next week.