TONIGHT: Skies will continue to clear through the evening, and those clear skies will help cools us down even more tonight, as temperatures drop into the mid-20s overnight. When you wake up tomorrow morning, you'll need the jacket as wind chill values will be in the mid-10s.
TUESDAY: We will see mostly sunny skies return-- however, don't let that fool you. There is going to be a stiff breeze out of the north at 8-12 mph which will make our air temperatures in the mid 40s feel like the mid 30s. Thankfully Tuesday looks to be the last truly winter-like day across the area, as we will begin to moderate into Wednesday.
EXTENDED: Temperatures will make it back to average Wednesday as we top out in the mid-50s. Even warmer Thursday and Friday as temperatures will make it into the mid 60s thanks to the return of southwesterly flow. After highs rise into the 60s Thursday we are tracking a chance of showers and thunderstorms by Thursday night. This will kick off a somewhat active weather pattern as we head into the weekend with more on and off chances of showers through Monday. This pattern change that could potentially bring some of the warmest air so far this year. Be sure to check back at ABC 17 to get the latest updates on the forecast.