Light south winds have kept temperatures from completely bottoming out tonight, but we’ll still have a very chilly start to the day with readings in the upper teens/lower 20s.
South winds will become breezy today as the surface high pulls away from the region, and expect highs well into the 40s to lower 50s.
A weak cold front will move through tonight, knocking Thursday’s highs down a few degrees. The boundary will be moisture-starved, so no precipitation is expected.
The warming trend will resume late this week as mid-level heights rise in the wake of the exiting upper system.
Another upper wave will swing through the area by Sunday bringing a small chance of showers.
Temperatures should rebound back closer to seasonal norms by early next week under dry northwesterly upper flow.