The work week begins cloudy and cold with the chance for freezing precipitation.
Overnight Sunday we'll see the cloud cover spread south with the chance for freezing drizzle towards daybreak Monday.
Lows will cool into the mid 20s. Possible dangers include icy spots on bridges and overpasses but accumulations will stay under 1/10 of an inch.
Monday highs are only slated to warm a few degrees with highs in the mid 30s. Freezing drizzle will linger through the late morning hours but will end through the afternoon.
Monday night we're tracking the chance for freezing rain and sleet that will linger into the Tuesday morning hours.
Any wintry precipitation we see will come to an end from west to east as we head into the evening hours.
Highs Tuesday will still stay chilly, in the mid 30s. Overnight, clearing skies will allow temperatures to fall fast, into the low 20s by Wednesday morning.
A big warm up is on tap for Wednesday with highs around 60 degrees and sunny skies.
By Thursday morning we'll see lows in the mid 30s before climbing into the upper 60s Thursday afternoon.
A cold front looks to move in during the afternoon with lows cooling into the mid 30s overnight.
Friday, your Valentine's Day forecast is warm and sunny with highs around 64.
Into the weekend the sunshine sticks around and allows for some warmer weather. We'll see highs Saturday and Sunday in the low 70s.