Unseasonably warm 70s begin Tuesday

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Temperatures reach the 70 degree mark for many locations Tuesday.





The warm pattern remains in place and strengthens Tuesday.

TEMPS ON THE RISE: Plenty of clouds begin this Tuesday, but high pressure builds the warmth and the sunshine into the region this afternoon. After a few morning drops, expect the clouds to break through the morning. There’s plenty of sunshine through the afternoon as high pressure take full control of the weather. Afternoon high temperatures are a bit milder, with readings in the upper 60s to lower 70s. Light southwest winds are expected. The night is mostly clear and mild. Lows are in the middle 40s to near 50 degrees.




Afternoon high temperatures reach the 70s for the next few days.

SPRING FEVER: High pressure dominates the middle of the week, bringing more of a late spring feel as opposed to late winter feel. Highs jump well into the 70s on Wednesday with a fair amount of sunshine and some passing clouds. Our next cold front edges closer to the region on Thursday, but showers should hold off until Friday. Temperatures are in the 70s once more!



TURNING UNSETTLED: Temperatures begin to fall back a bit as our next cold front moves through the region. Some showers are likely, with afternoon temperatures in the 60s. The rest of the weekend brings more rain chances, but Sunday looks to be the wettest of the two days. Highs are still mild and well above average, hovering near the 60 degree mark. Monday showers could linger, with temperatures remaining above average.



Have a great Tuesday!