We may get a break in the action between the troughs, especially if the second one opts to dig down the coast, but for the most part the pattern over the next several days looks springy, with some showers and thunderstorms scattered about. The NWS forecast summarizes this nicely.
No need to panic as there should be periods of dry weather in there with opportunities for outdoor activities, but keep an eye to the sky and adjust plans accordingly.
Meanwhile, on the east coast, check out the photo below from Caribou Maine this morning. They've had 3.5" of snow so far today, the most on record so late in the season.
|Source: NWS Caribou Forecast Office|
Further evidence of the tortuous weather of the northeast US.