We have an active weather week ahead with temperatures that are more representative of winter. Today, we’ve warmed up nicely thanks to a clearing in the clouds allowing a few 50s to show up but mostly middle to upper 40s. Winds remain 5-10 mph out of the NW. The midweek storms will close in Wednesday bringing a little rain and snow to the region.
Clouds will break a little through the day tomorrow, but it will still be a mostly cloudy Tuesday. Where we get sunshine, temperatures will have a chance to warm into the middle 40s again. Where clouds hang tough, expect the upper 30s or low 40s for afternoon highs tomorrow. Clouds will thicken through the overnight and into Wednesday ahead of the next storm system. Rain will be the primary form of precipitation Wednesday evening and mainly for the southern counties as the next low slides to our south. As temperatures drop down to near and below freezing some snow will mix down, especially in the high terrain southeast. Snow and rain will continue Thursday morning and wrap up by the afternoon. Most locations above the two southern parkways will get through midweek with no precipitation and just cloudy skies. A small break arrives Friday before another chance at rain and snow over the weekend.