Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo
It was a chilly start to the work week, but a major warm up is coming our way. Before that warm up starts, a clearing sky and light winds will make for a seasonably cold night tonight with lows in the lower 20s. Some of the colder spots could even drop into the teens. Tuesday will feature a good deal of sunshine, and with that sun, temperatures will start to rebound quite nicely during the afternoon with highs in the 40s in many spots. With a high pressure system settling to our south, the warming trend will continue Wednesday with some sunshine and a southwesterly breeze pushing temperatures into the milddle 40s. Thursday will also be mild for this time of the year, but may not feel quite as warm with an increasing in cloudiness. A disturbance will bring the chance for rain showers later Thursday into early Friday. Clouds will try to break later Friday but it will still be mild with highs in the 40s. The weekend also looks unseasonably warm with temperatures each day reaching up to near 50. There may be a couple of showers at some point from later Saturday into Sunday.