A unsettled weather pattern will linger through the remainder of the workweek.
Easterly winds are responsible for cool, damp marine air entrenched in the area this morning, according to New York Metro Weather.
A cloudy day, temperatures will rise to the 60s this afternoon, although a cool onshore flow will continue. Periods of drizzle are also possible.
Fog rolls in tonight, lasting through Thursday morning. Under mostly cloudy skies, temperatures will rise to the 70s away from the ocean. A shower or thunderstorm is possible.
Then on Friday, heavy rain is possible, “which could result in areas of poor drainage and small stream flooding, mainly near and along the I-95 corridor,” the National Weather Service advises in a Hazardous Weather Outlook.
All clears out for the weekend, with mostly sunny skies each day and temperatures in the low-mid 60s at the coast and low 70s inland, according to the National Weather Service.