Our system that has been sitting over the Great Lakes for the last couple of days will finally move over our region today. We will see scattered showers throughout the day and our coldest temperatures of the week. High temperatures will rise into the upper-40s. Small hail or graupel cannot be ruled out during the afternoon as well as a rumble or two of thunder. By tonight, we will see rain showers continuing overnight and temperatures falling into the upper-30s. The system will finally move off the coast Thursday, however we still could see some scattered showers. Highs will be on the rise into the mid-50s. Temperatures will continue on a warming trend through late week and into the weekend. Highs will be in the upper-50s with partly sunny skies Friday. The fair skies continue through the weekend with highs in the low to mid-70s. Above-average temperatures will likely continue into early next week as high pressure will be the dominant weather feature. Highs will be in the mid to upper-70s. Monday and Tuesday. Scattered showers will likely develop on Tuesday as our next system approaches.