DAMP WITH RUMBLES: A chilly drizzle starts the morning, but changes take place through Wednesday. A few icy spots are possible to the far west and northwest, where temperatures are barely above or at freezing. Isolated morning showers become a steady rain as the morning progresses. It will be heavy at times through the afternoon. The winds turn quite breezy, and temperatures spike into the 50s through the evening. Some thunderstorms are possible during the evening, with a miniscule chance for damaging winds. Highs Wednesday occur just before midnight, with readings in the 50s before they slowly fall a bit through Thursday morning.
SLOW DRYING: A few rain and snow showers are possible as the system exits on Thursday, but it is a noticeably drier day. Temperatures peak again in the middle to upper 40s Thursday, after near midnight highs in the lower 50s. It is also quite breezy as colder air arrives later in the day. Friday is drier but cooler as well for the region. Expect a plenty of sunshine, with highs in the lower to middle 30s.
WEEKEND: The weekend is dry and filled with sun. Highs are in the upper 30s to lower 40s on Saturday, and then in the upper 40s to lower 50s on Sunday. Monday there is a chance for a stray shower early, but is should still be mild. Expect highs near 50 degrees. Colder air moves in for Tuesday, with highs falling into the 30s as we welcome March.
Have a great Wednesday!