Morning isolated rain showers will impact a few this morning but for the most part today will be dry for most. It will remain cloudy with highs in the mid to upper 50s. We’re tracking a cold front that will push through tonight and with that we will see winter like weather once again for Monday and Tuesday. Monday’s high will likely hit at
midnight and may be in the 40s, but the daily high on Monday will be in the 30s. We don’t expect to hit 40 degrees on Tuesday as well, but it may be close. By Wednesday things will begin to change and warmer weather will be pushing in.
Wednesday highs will hit the mid-40s. Strong southerly winds will push up Thursday and Friday temperatures to the 50s and 60s will be possible both Saturday and Sunday. Except for on Monday snow chances look extremely doubtful over the next two weeks. It does appear that next week could be fairly wet as the jet stream will set up just north of area with an active weather pattern being hinted at by model data.