TUESDAY: Any leftover sprinkles will move out early being replaced by sunshine. Highs will top out in the low 50s.
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy, but winds will have flipped out of the south and will help keep temperatures in the upper 30s and some low 40s.
EXTENDED: Those winds will continue out of the south for much of Wednesday, pushing temperatures into the upper 50s and low 60s. This warm-up looks short-lived as another cold front puts an end to it late in the day. With moisture returning to the area on Wednesday, rain chances will return after 6PM and stick with us overnight. With this strong front pushing in some cold air quickly, we could see that rain transition over to snow early Thursday morning, but little to no accumulation is expected, and will be confined to grassy, elevated surfaces. We'll be stuck in the cold for the remainder of the workweek with highs in the 30s Thursday and Friday we might be lucky to get back to 40 after a start in the low 20s. Highs get back into the 50s Saturday, but another front looks to snuff out that warming trend.