SHOWERS TONIGHT, MIX MONDAY: A cold front is bringing showers to the region this evening, and they last through the first half of the night. Overnight skies dry out, and some chillier air finally works back into the region. Expect overnight low temperatures in the 30s. Skies even clear a bit by daybreak. It is short lived, because through Monday, the front lifts back north as a warm front. Expect clouds to thicken once more. High pressure to the north helps lock the chillier air in place. Expect high temperatures to be a bit more seasonable, in the upper 30s to lower 40. During the evening hours, spotty precipitation moves into the area. Since temperatures fall through the evening, expect some spotty sleet. Later in the evening, it mixes with some spotty freezing rain, mainly north of the I-76 and I-81 corridors. Everyone sees plain rain by about 4 A.M. Minimal accumulations are expected, but some icy spots are possible.
MORE SHOWERS: Showers continues through Tuesday morning, but they are also slowly fading. The region dries out for the second half of the day. Some clearing even takes place. Highs are a little milder, in the middle to upper 40s. Wednesday our next system emerges from the south and brings back shower chances. Highs are near 50 degrees.
COLDER AIR ARRIVES: Ripples of energy push in beginning Thursday, and it helps bring more seasonable air to the region. Thursday brings a fair amount of sunshine, with highs in the middle to upper 40s. Friday, the chillier air finally settles in. Highs are knocked into the 30s. Temperatures stay there through the weekend under partly sunny skies.