You'll need more than a bonnet to fend off at three, possibly four, storms that will pass our way in rapid succession. The low responsible for the rain and snow so far is moving further out to sea. Rain should diminish this afternoon and evening as a result. Oh, it will still be cold and windy at Yankee stadium this evening and rain showers may return as the game progresses. Game time temperature will be in the lower 40s, but the wind will make it feel more like the mid 30s.
Rain will begin anew tonight as a new storm forms off the Maryland coast and moves northward. Tomorrow will be soggy, especially in the afternoon and evening, breezy, and slightly warmer than today. Look for a high around 47.
A third low pressure system is expected to develop off Cape Hatteras late tomorrow. That storm should move up the coast and bring more rain to the region on Sunday. Believe it or not a fourth and final storm will follow on Sunday night. The path that final storm will take is still uncertain, so the rain may end Sunday night or possibly continue into Monday. Either way it looks like sun and warmer weather will be here on Tuesday.