A warm front pushing into the area this evening will keep lingering clouds around into tonight, as well as the chance for a few spotty showers, especially before sunset. Lows tonight will seasonable, dropping into the upper 40s to low 50s.
As the warm front crosses our area, southerly winds will usher in a more Spring-like air mass (finally) into late week. With a few more breaks of sun possible during the afternoon, and that change in wind direction, temps will be milder tomorrow, topping off in the low to mid 70s for most. We would see a few isolated showers and rumbles of thunder Thursday, but many will stay dry. Thursday night will be partly cloudy and mild with lows in the 50s, and only the slim chance of a stray shower. A series of fronts then look to push into our area over the weekend, stalling across our region through the beginning of next week.
With upper level ridging present, temperatures will continue to rise into the weekend, into the upper 70s and low 80s by Saturday and Sunday. With the warm & unstable air present however, the fronts pushing in will interact with this moisture. Occasional showers and thunderstorms will be possible from roughly Friday evening through early Monday as low pressure keeps us company. At this time, severe storms or flooding issues don't look likely, but things could always change as we get closer to the warmer weather & the weekend. Stay tuned!