Good Wednesday to one and all. We continue to deal with the remnants of Irma as showers and gusty winds continue across the region. This system slowly moves away by Friday, leaving us with improving skies and warmer temps.

Today is flat out ugly with periods of showers and rumbles of thunder working through the state. Locally heavy rains will be possible, and winds will continue to gust up…

Temps may struggle to get too far away from 60 degrees for much of the day.

Leftover showers and a rumble of thunder will be possible on Thursday, especially across the east. Highs will hit the upper 60s to low 70s.

Friday’s weather looks good with highs general in the 70s.

Much warmer air then moves in for the weekend. Daytime highs should finally be able to crack the 80 degree mark, kicking off a warmer overall look to the pattern. We have an extended streak of highs in the 80s on the way.

Each of the past several months were skewed cool, but featured a week to 10 day stretch of above normal temps. September looks to be no different.

We are still going to watch Jose to see if this thing can make a run at the east coast. The GFS is back to showing this threat…

The Canadian puts a scare in the northeast…

Enjoy your wet Wednesday and take care.