This will be the last of the sub freezing high temperature for quite a while. Temperatures rebound into the middle 20's this afternoon under a mostly sunny sky. Frisky southwest winds make it feel colder. Temperatures finally get above freezing by Friday afternoon. High pressure will maintain dry weather through Saturday. Scattered light rain or drizzle will be possible by Sunday under a cloudy sky. Widespread rain develops later Monday into Monday night as a cold front approaches the region. It turns seasonably cooler Tuesday and Wednesday following the passage of the front
Today: Mostly sunny, southwest winds 10-15 gusts to 25 mph, high 26.
Tonight: Mainly clear, southwest winds 10-15 mph, low 18.
Friday: Mostly sunny, southwest winds 10 gusts to 20 mph, high 37.
Friday Night: Mainly clear, low 28.
Saturday: Sun mixing with afternoon clouds, high 43.
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy, low 33.
Sunday: Cloudy, occasional drizzle, high 45.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, breezy, rain likely by late afternoon and evening, low 38, high 55.
Tuesday: Cloudy, breezy, colder, rain and snow showers, high 40, late low of 32.
Wednesday: Partly sunny, low 28, high 35.
Today's Record Temperatures