Here’s what to expect from Wednesday’s weather forecast

You can expect a good dose of evening rain.

A pedestrian jumps over a puddle as he navigates his way across Mass. Ave in Central Square after a heavy rain fell during a thunderstorm in Cambridge on July 31.
A pedestrian jumps over a puddle as he navigates his way across Mass. Ave in Central Square after a heavy rain fell during a thunderstorm in Cambridge on July 31. –Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

Wednesday’s weather should start quietly enough, but you might want to bring a raincoat along on any post-work plans. The day will begin with morning fog, strong winds overhead, and high temperatures somewhere in the low- to mid-80’s range. Late Wednesday afternoon or at night, a cold front coming in from the Great Lakes is predicted to cause some showers and potentially strong thunderstorms. Once the front has moved through the region, winds should calm down for the night. The evening’s low temperatures will fall between the 50’s and low 60’s.

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