By February standards, today was pretty great! The sun was shining brightly and temperatures were on the mild side. Tonight won't be as cold with seasonal lows near 30° under mostly clear skies. We'll enjoy one more dry day tomorrow. It will also be a warmer day with highs in the mid to upper 50s. A low moving out of the Four Corners will spread rain into the Commonwealth beginning Sunday night.
This will kick off an "unsettled" stretch next week. We will start off mild and soggy. Periods of rain are likely Monday. The rain will taper off on Tuesday as the cold front pulls through the area. Another cold blast will be on the other side of the front. The end of the week will have a wintry theme. A clipper system will bring a quick hit of rain and snow showers Wednesday, then a re-enforcing shot of cold air. High temperatures will be be 10 to 15 degrees below normal to end the week. February and winter won't go away quietly.