The bone chilling cold is moving out, and the warm air is moving back in. Temperatures will struggle to cool at all tonight, as a warm front moves through the area and clouds return. Before sunrise Sunday we will already be warming up, with temperatures soaring to the mid 40s by the afternoon. Winds will increase alongside the temperatures, with gusts in the 20s possible during the afternoon. Lows will fall to freezing overnight, as the winds dwindle away and shift to the north. 

Slightly cooler weather will takeover on Monday, with a breeze out of the north keeping our highs in the low 40s. Clouds will stick around for the morning, but by the afternoon we should enjoy some decent sunshine. Another warm front will approach on Tuesday, bringing warmer weather for the rest of the week. Highs climb to the upper 40s, with a few showers possible into Tuesday night. Sun and clouds will mix on Wednesday, with highs near 50. 

The second half of the week remains above average, with highs near 50 and plenty of clouds. Showers will fall on Thursday and could keep going into Friday morning. A cold front arriving Saturday will try to take our temperatures back down to more seasonable values for the weekend.

Have a great weekend!

–Meteorologist Thomas Battle