The region's barometric low is moving east and weakening, with weak high pressure expected to arrive on Saturday.
Today's weather will be partly cloudy with isolated showers and thunderstorms. By late afternoon, conditions should have subsided, primarily in the east. Winds will be variable at first, light to moderate (3 to 4 Beaufort), before shifting to the northwest, light to moderate (3 to 4 Beaufort), and occasionally moderate to strong (4 to 5 Beaufort), locally on the southwest coast. The sea will generally be choppy. The temperature will rise to around 28°F in the interior and on the southern coast, around 27°F on the rest of the coast, and around 18°F in the higher mountains.
The sky will be partly cloudy tonight. Winds will be light to moderate, ranging from 3 to 4 Beaufort. The sea will continue to be choppy. Temperatures will fall to around 18 degrees inland, 20 degrees along the coast, and 12 degrees in the higher mountains.
On Friday, the weather will be partly cloudy at times, with isolated showers and thunderstorms. Saturday will have partly cloudy skies with isolated showers, mainly in the mountains. The sky will be mostly clear on Sunday.
The temperature is not expected to change significantly until Sunday, remaining close to average climatic values.