A little good news, bad news in the forecast department. The good news - we're are drying out. Clouds will linger through most of the night and could squeeze out a flurry or two. Outside of that small chance, we will remain dry through the weekend. The bad news - there will be a bitter, but brief, blast of cold air for Valentine's Day. Tomorrow begins in the teens, which could challenge the coldest temperature of the season, with single digit wind chills. Skies will gradually clear but do very little to help how it feels. We'll warm up to a whopping 30 DEGREES.
But remember this is just a brief cold blast. Temperatures will make a nice recovery over the weekend with highs pushing 50°. We'll trend towards 60° by Tuesday. Just like we've seen time after time this winter, the milder air will also bring increasing chances for rain. Showers creep back late Monday. Tuesday will be a wet one. The system will depart mid-week. Then temperatures turn chillier by the end of the week again.