The sky remains mainly clear for tonight as temperatures fall back into the teens. However, with a light south wind at about 5 mph, wind chills will be bumped back down into the single digits.
Another mainly sunny day is on tap for Thursday, with even warmer temperatures following along. A south wind at about 5 to 10 mph will help get high temperatures back into the upper 30s and 40s across the region.
The gradual warm-up continues into the weekend, as well. High temperatures get back into the 50s for Friday, and lasts through Sunday.
The dominating sunshine lasts through the first half of the weekend. Increasing cloud cover will start to build in Saturday night into Sunday. There is a slight chance of snow for early Sunday morning as temperatures will be in the low 30s. As temperatures climb into the 40s on Sunday, any snow chance will quickly change over to all rain. Even when precipitation isn’t falling on Sunday, it will be more of a struggle to squeeze out sunshine among the clouds.
A wintry mix of snow and rain is possible for the Monday morning commute as temperatures will start off in the 20s before maxing out near 40. As morning turns to afternoon, the last leg of precipitation will move out, making room for some sunshine to return.