Happy Wednesday, everyone! High pressure and upper-level ridging from the Great Lakes/Ohio Valley gradually builds into Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions over the next couple days. This will allow for some more pleasant, warm and dry to continue today and much of Thursday. Then more unsettled weather will be returning with an increasing chance of showers and thunderstorms over the Northeast during Thursday night and Friday, as a frontal system moves through. But some improving weather is expected over the weekend. Read further for more forecast details through this weekend and a look at the weather for next week!
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