TONIGHT: We will see one more cold night across the area as northwesterly flow persists with clear skies in place. Overnight lows drop into the mid 20s again with calming winds by morning, negating much of a wind chill for the morning commute.
TOMORROW: Wednesday will be a great day to get outdoors as temperatures reach the mid 50s across the region. We'll also be accompanied by full sunshine. It will be breezy at times, especially into the afternoon as winds turn out of the southwest at 8-12 mph, gusting to 20.
EXTENDED: Even warmer Thursday and Friday as temperatures will make it into the mid 60s. Windy conditions are expected into Thursday with winds likely gusting anywhere form 20 to 30 mph. 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.