THIS AFTERNOON: Mostly cloudy skies will continue today. Some patchy drizzle is possible as well. Any focused rain will near I-44. Temperatures will be mild, but still below average, in the mid 50s.
TONIGHT: Clouds will slowly taper off. Clear skies and light winds will allow for temperatures to bottom out near freezing as you wake up tomorrow morning.
EXTENDED: Highs get knocked back a few degrees on Tuesday, but sunshine will return as a part of the trade with Mother Nature. We'll be tracking an active second half of the work week, with our next system moving in on Wednesday. A cold front will move through bringing us an initial shot at some rain before stalling out. As it stalls out, more energy looks to interact with it Wednesday night and Thursday, providing more shots at rain with a snowflake or two possible depending on its position and cold air available. By Friday things look to clear back up but we'll be colder, much like last week with highs in the low 40s heading into the weekend. We look to bounce back by Saturday and Sunday though into the 50s.