Rain showers have come to an end and skies are starting to thin ever so slowly. Temperatures are a few degrees either side of 40 as we cross into the afternoon, and not much warming is left for us. Skies will clear into the overnight, and clear skies for most of the night will allow temperatures to drop down into the low to mid 20s area wide. Make sure you bring in any sensitive plants and protect your pets from the cold tonight.
A sunny day lies ahead for our Thursday, and with the dry air in place, temperatures will quickly warm from the 20s to the 50s by the afternoon hours. One more bitterly cold night Friday morning before we return to the 60s for highs on Friday and 70s for the first weekend in March.
Our next cold front will arrive Sunday night into Monday and bring plenty of rain with it. We could also see some embedded thunderstorms, but it is way to early to say if any storms that do develop will be on the strong to severe side. Rain will come to an end Tuesday morning and skies will clear with colder air arriving for next Tuesday and Wednesday as we could be back into the 40s for highs with lows potentially again dropping below freezing.
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