We continue to thaw from the snow and ice across the area as temperatures have climbed into the 60s for most of us through the afternoon hours. We will have a mild night tonight, and fog will be possible through the overnight and into tomorrow morning. Highs for Saturday will have a shot to reach 70 for southern locations, but I think most of us will remain in the upper 60s.
A cold front will approach on Sunday and bring rain showers with it through Sunday. A leftover shower or two will be possible on Monday as temperatures will be slightly cooler behind our front, but still about normal for this time of year.
Ahead of cold front number two on Tuesday, highs will climb to about 70 degrees before showers arrive later in the day. Showers will exit early Wednesday with cooler conditions thanks to an arctic high in the center portion of the country. The good news is right now it appears the coldest air will stay to our north for late next week, but we will cool down into the lower 50s for Thursday before starting to climb again to end next week.
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