Skies clear for Saturday and that will warm us back up. High temperatures will be well above average with readings in the low 50s. Our warm up hits a speed bump on Sunday with readings back in the mid 40s - still mild for this time of year.
Monday is set to be the warmest day of the week. Mid 50s are possible for most under mainly sunny skies.
Temperatures start to drop into Tuesday. This will be the first sign in a few changes on the way by midweek. Overall, it will be colder - in the mid 30s to eventually the 20s by the end of the week. There is the potential for a winter storm midweek. The details still need to be worked out, as forecast models are painting a huge range in snow totals. For now, call this an early heads up for the possibility of accumulating snow.
Overnight lows late next week will drop back to near 0 and even sub-zero. Colder air is here to stay in the longer range forecast.
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