An upper level low pressure area and cold front brought showers and thunderstorms to our region early Tuesday morning. Both systems are rapidly moving east of our area Tuesday evening.
Look for dry conditions and clearing skies overnight. Temperatures will be colder with lows Wednesday morning in the upper 20s to low 30s. Plan for a freeze.
Sunshine is back for the entire region Wednesday. Enjoy high temperatures back up to around 60 with light west winds.
Fair should are forecast for Wednesday night. Look for temperatures back around freezing Thursday morning.
Sunshine and warmer southwest winds should push afternoon temperatures in the middle 60s for Valentine's Day (Thursday) afternoon.
We are tracking a cold front that should move through our region Thursday night. Partly to mostly cloudy skies are expected for Thursday night and Friday. Mostly fair skies should be with us again Saturday.
Look for cooler high temperatures Friday and Saturday with afternoon readings in the lower 50s. Freezing temperatures are forecast for Friday and Saturday mornings.
Sunny skies are expected for Sunday with highs in 60s. Another cold front is likely to blow in Monday, but we are keeping the forecast dry for Washington's Birthday.