We final get a day where we begin and end with no precipitation on the MaxTrack. It’s been a long stretch of active weather with days of rain and even a little snow. As for now, temperatures reside cold in the teens, running cooler thanks to a light wind and clear skies overhead. Sunshine will stick around all day, helping to warm us up.
We will remain dry today and most of tomorrow giving us more time for water levels to recede. Saturday will be an entire day void of precipitation. We also get another day of abundant sunshine making for a nice-looking day. Temperatures begin to warm and will be closer to normal by the end of the day. We should reach the upper 40s for most locations. The end of the weekend will feature more cloud coverage and a small chance for rain showers thanks to a weak trough. Rain will be light and will only yield a trace amount, so this will not affect water levels as much. The same goes for President’s Day; only a few light showers. We will warm nicely for early week, nearly touching 60 degrees Tuesday. We will cool afterwards as the cold front delivers a good dose of cold air after rain showers Tuesday into Wednesday morning.