Monday Evening February 12th – Warming Trend Will Continue

Good Monday evening, everyone. It was nice to finally see temperatures back above freezing this afternoon. That was something we couldn’t do over the course of the weekend since temperatures dropped below freezing and held in that territory since Friday night. Highs today were still a bit on the cold side, but better with most spots in the upper 30s to lower 40s. We may be cold again tonight, but we’ll keep the radar quiet below even with passing clouds later on tonight…

Thankfully, we won’t turn too cold for Tuesday morning. We’ll have overnight lows drop back into the middle 20s. The setup stays calm with partly sunny skies expected throughout the day…

With a south wind back in play, that will really help us warm up and melt away the rest of the ice. After a cold start, we’ll have afternoon highs in the lower 50s for Tuesday afternoon…

Going into Valentine’s Day, there is an outside chance for a few AM showers. For now, most of the area will stay on the dry side for the day. Plus, we’ll continue our warming trend for Wednesday afternoon. After we start in the lower to middle 40s Wednesday morning, we’ll push into the middle 60s for the afternoon…

Once we get into Thursday, that’s when a system developing out to the west will head our way and send some better rain chances in here. The next best shot for any measurable rain looks to hold off until Thursday afternoon and going into Thursday evening…

As temperatures drop Thursday night and into Friday morning, any leftover rain could switch to a little snow before we turn quiet for Friday. Beyond Friday, the weekend looks quiet overall. From late Sunday going into early next week, though, we’ll have another system to keep an eye on.

Don’t forget that Doug has you covered with his long-range forecast and latest thoughts on the pattern over at headypattern.com

Have a good night and a great Tuesday!

Nick

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