GREAT NIGHT: Today, sunshine and drying northerly winds melted away most of that snowy mess leftover from the weekend. We keep the sunny skies and kill off the breeze this evening, as temps quickly slip through the 50s into the 40s. We drop to the low 30s to upper 20s tonight courtesy of high pressure and calm winds.
TERRIFIC TUESDAY: We’ll see another mild and dry day for Tuesday. A wave brings partly cloudy skies for the midday and afternoon hours with some clearing later in the day. Highs will hit the low to middle 60s.
MORE RAIN: A series of disturbances will roll through later in the week, bringing us several shots at more rain. Wednesday, we may see a few showers early, and then again later in the day. We’ll stay mild with highs in the low 60s under mostly cloudy skies. Wave two develops and races by on Thursday. We’re a tad cooler with highs in the upper 50s. Showers look likely through the afternoon and evening. Friday, the final wave rolls through with showers and colder air being wedged in on a northeasterly flow. We’re raw and damp, with highs in the low 50s.
WEEKEND: We get in on some mild air from the south, upping temperatures into the low 60s. It’s partly cloudy with a few leftover showers possible. By Sunday, a cold front slides through, allowing cooler air to slip in. Expect highs in the middle 50s with dry weather.
Enjoy this spring evening!