FRIDAY: We're seeing a foggy start for some with calm conditions and what's left of the snow from this week melting. While this could reduce visibility at times, and if dense enough, it could cause some patchy slick spots to develop with temperatures in the low 20s. We'll see plenty of sunshine to close out the work week as temperatures start another warming trend. Highs will reach the upper 40s
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy overnight with lows falling back into the mid to upper 20s.
EXTENDED: Things are fairly quiet, with temperatures slowly but surely warming up. We'll be near 50 both Saturday and Sunday. We'll be tracking a disturbance that could move through early Sunday morning, which could bring some light rain to the first part of Sunday, moving out by the afternoon. The part that's a little uneasy is the timing of the system into the morning hours, when we're going to be our coldest. Temperatures look to be in the middle 30s so we'll likely keep any wintry precipitation at bay but we'll keep tracking it. Monday and Tuesday look nice as temperatures will be in the low 50s and could be threatening 60 by Wednesday before a better-organized system brings rain chances Wednesday night into Thursday.