Low pressure will finally exit the region to our East today with temperatures on the rise into the mid-50s. We will see limited sunshine throughout the day and the chance for some scattered showers as the system is still close enough to give us some showers. Showers should taper off by tonight and lows will fall into the upper-30s under partly cloudy skies. Friday looks drier, however we cannot rule out a passing shower. Temperatures will be on the rise up into the upper-50s. Partly sunny skies are expected, and temperatures will fall into the mid-30s Friday night, causing potential frost. High pressure will build into the weekend and bring more fair skies. Temperatures will start off in the mid-60s followed by 70s on Sunday. Clouds will increase into Monday with highs rising into the lower-70s. Tuesday will bring the chance for a few showers, but temperatures will remain in the lower-70s. Fair skies return by Wednesday and temperatures will be slightly cooler in the upper-60s.