We're dealing with a mosty cloudy sky across the region this evening, with some raindrops expected to arrive in some communities (particularly along the coast and in eastern counties) as an area of low pressure tracks northeast from the Atlantic States. That low will be close enough to bring some wet conditions tomorrow morning before the sky begins to brighten. Most of the day will feature a partly to mosty cloudy with a few random showers passing through in the afternoon.
A frontal boundary will approach later Wednesday which will thicken our cloud cover, and eventually produce some showers Wednesday night into Thursday morning. With the passage of the front look for a brighter sky as the day progresses Thursday, with mostly quiet conditions Friday (an instability shower can't be ruled out) with plenty of sunshine for Saturday.