A blocked up pattern is leading to a trough stalling out over the eastern US, which has led to the unsettled weather over the past few days. The trough will lead to low pressure development just off the coast with waves of showers and rain through Sunday. The coastal storm will make its closest approach and be at its strongest Friday into early Saturday which should prove to bring heavy steady rainfall
Tonight will be overcast with drizzle light rain and a light east wind with temps in the 40s to low 50s.
Another round of rain is likely to move in by the early morning hours of Wednesday and be on and off through the day, in between periods of rain drizzle will be possible at anytime and temperatures will be stuck in the 50s again. the rain should dwindle off to drizzle again by tomorrow night and Thursday
By Thursday low pressure will start to get its act together just off the coast with rain filling in again from the south and east especially later in the day, this storm will move north and west and hug the coast through Friday and into Saturday with rain, heavy at times and a raw east wind. A brief break on Saturday will lead to a frontal passage on Sunday with showers and thunderstorms possible, this should give way to a much quitter week next week with temperatures more towards seasonably warm, a trough could bring rain chances and a return to below normal temps by later next week