After starting the day with mostly cloudy skies, we were able to see breaks of sun into your Sunday afternoon. Temperatures warmed up another 10 degrees from Saturday. Most high temperatures were able to reach the upper 40s/lower 50s.
Overnight, a weak upper-level disturbance will allow for clouds to build back into the region. Don't be shocked to see spotty rain/snow showers into the evening and overnight. Clouds will act as a blanket to hold temperatures on the milder side tonight, temperatures will only fall into the low/mid 30s.
President's Day will bring a mix of sun and clouds. The weather will be very similar to Sunday. Starting with a few clouds, with breaks of sun into the afternoon. Monday afternoon will bring drier conditions, with temperatures in the upper 40s/lower 50s. Clouds will build back into the region Monday night, ahead of a cold front that will push through our viewing area Tuesday.
Tuesday morning will start with a few spotty showers, temperatures will start on the milder side, with low/mid 40s. Widespread rain will push into the region by Tuesday afternoon, with temperatures in the mid/upper 50s, and few spots pushing 60 degrees.
Most models are hinting at rain totals reaching between a quarter of an inch to a half an inch of rainfall. Therefore, not expecting flooding to be a concern this week.
After Tuesday, high temperatures will return back to the upper 30s/lower 40s. Wednesday and Thursday will bring occasional chances for rain/snow showers, but we stay mainly dry through mid and late week. Stay tuned!