Today: Mostly sunny, warmer
Wind: S 5-15 mph
Tonight: Clouds increase with showers
Wind: SE 5-10 mph
Today's WeatherFIRST Forecast brings a return to the warm weather with highs in the 40s and low 50s with mostly sunny skies.
Clouds increase this evening as south winds pull in warmer air and moisture along with a warm front. Showers will develop this evening and spread through the area from south to north through the overnight. Temperatures will be rather mild and won't drop off too much with upper 30s to lower 40s.
Tuesday will start off with some spotty showers that will linger through midday. Rain and a few isolated thunderstorms will redevelop late afternoon into the evening as the main system and associated cold front move through. This won't be an overly strong system, but most areas could pick up .25 to .50 of rain with some locally higher amounts. It'll be a warm day for late February with upper 40s north and 50s/low 60s south. Colder air and brisk northwest winds will wrap around the low pressure as it moves to the northeast resulting in a changeover to scattered snow showers Wednesday morning. Accumulations are not expected.
Near average temperatures expected Wednesday through Friday with upper 30s to 40°. A weak clipper looks to dive southeast into the area Thursday bringing a chance of some light rain/snow. Southwesterly flow returns for the weekend with a a warmer air moving in and readings back in the 50s and some 60s.
Meteorologist Brandon Marshall
Today's Record Temperatures