High pressure overhead will remain in control of our weather pattern tonight. Skies could be mostly clear, but we will be cold again with lows in the teens for most...sheltered valleys could still dip into the single digits. Winds should remain calmer/light through tonight and tomorrow.
As the center of high pressure begins to slide east of our area tomorrow, this will allow for more of a southerly wind flow into late week. Temperatures Wednesday afternoon therefore shouldn't be as cold, but more seasonable, in the low to mid 40s. Wednesday night will be partly cloudy and chilly with lows in the 20s.
Cloud cover will then increase ahead of an incoming low pressure system on Thursday. Most of Thursday looks dry and seasonable with highs in the mid to upper 40s, but a few rain/snow showers could begin to pop up by Thursday night. An on-and-off rain/snow mix looks possible roughly Friday through Sunday morning. While this doesn't look like a major Winter storm for our area, a few inches of snow here and there could still cause travel issues, especially during the nights and early mornings through this weekend. Temps will drop back into the 30s for highs by Saturday, and we will stay chilly and unsettled into the beginning of next week. Stay tuned!