TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy with a few sprinkles or flurries. Lows in the low 30s.
TOMORROW: Patchy fog with clouds gradually decreasing. Highs reach the mid-upper 40s.
EXTENDED: Warm winds and southwest upper flow will bring in much warmer temperatures for Sunday, and clear out the clouds for the day. Highs will reach the mid-60s, and some places could get close to breaking records. Columbia's record high of 68 degrees was set in 1992. Moisture starts to spill back into the region on Monday, increasing our cloud cover. Temperatures remain mild with highs in the mid-upper 50s. An approaching cold front could trigger a few showers later in the day, with widespread rain approaching on Tuesday. Temperatures will be above freezing during the day, but fall into the 20s by nightfall. This could allow any lingering precipitation to change over to snow or a wintry mix late Tuesday night into Wednesday, especially north of I-70. The rest of the week remains cold, with lows in the 20s and highs in the 30s.