FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Wet start to Wednesday with cloudy skies

FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Wet start to Wednesday with cloudy skies

(WAFF) - Wednesday morning will start out with cloudy skies and scattered rain showers and temperatures in the upper 50s and lower 60s. Be sure you keep the umbrella handy this morning, but the rain should taper off by the afternoon. Most of you will be dry by the lunch hour and remain that way for the rest of the afternoon.

Wednesday's highs should top out around 70 with mostly cloudy skies through much of the day, but you may see some sunshine by the late afternoon.  Any breaks in the clouds this evening will fill in overnight as a cold front pushes through the Valley as lows drop into the mid-50s.

An isolated shower is possible Thursday morning as we start the day with mostly cloudy skies. Any rain should be gone by 10 a.m. and skies will begin to clear into the afternoon bringing the highs into the lower 70s with mostly sunny skies.

Thursday night will be rather chilly compared to recent nights with lows dropping into the lower 40s with mid-to-upper 30s possible in some of our typically cooler valleys.

Friday should be dry with highs near 70, but clouds increase that night ahead of our next weather maker. Scattered showers and storms will move into the Valley Saturday afternoon, which means you'll probably need the umbrella if you'll be escorting trick-or-treaters. Temperatures for your Halloween night should be in the mid/upper 60s.