The chance for rain is expected to increase throughout the day today, and will usher in a very cold and wet day on Wednesday.
According to the National Weather Service, steady rain and even cooler temperatures are expected to head into the tri-state area on Wednesday seeing highs only getting into the mid 40s, and overnight lows potentially dipping down into the mid to lower 30s.
The chance for rain remains in the forecast for Thursday, with even the potential for the rain to turn into snow in some cases late in the day and into the evening.
While the remainder of the work week looks wet, the rain appears it will stop in time for football Friday night, but temperatures will remain cool with highs remaining in the low 40s.
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