Rain, cold spell expected to end later this week

Thursday is looking like the light at the end of The City’s recent chaotic weather tunnel, when skies should be clear and temperatures will get back into the upper 50s.

But until then, keep the umbrellas and an extra pair of socks handy because not much is expected to change.

Last weekend, The City saw close to 2 inches of rain, with temperatures reaching lows of 38 degrees and random patches of wind gusts of up to 45 mph.

Today is expected to be dry, with temperatures in the upper 40s and lower 50s, while Tuesday and Wednesday get progressively soggier, National Weather Service meteorologist Brian Tettinger said Sunday.

By Thursday, it should be smooth sailing into the weekend.

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