The leftover clouds from our pesky system that brought rain and some ice are not exiting, and in its wake, high pressure is building in for a nice rest of our Thursday and first part of our Friday.
A cold front is currently diving through the middle portion of the country and will arrive late tomorrow afternoon/evening. Ahead of this cold front, clouds will increase through the afternoon and some rain showers will fall. This will not be a washout, but showers will be around Valentine's Day evening, so if you are going out with your sweetheart, make sure you keep the umbrella handy.
We clear out for a picture perfect weekend, although a little chilly on Saturday as we will struggle back to around 60 degrees. We hit the mid 60s on Sunday en route to our potential first 70 degree day of the year on Monday.
Monday through the latter portions of next week look to introduce small rain chances with the best chance (still small though) of rain being on Tuesday as a cold front clips the area. Highs will be in the upper 60s to lower 70s for all of next week. If you have been wanting Spring, this will serve as an early preview.
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