The region is experiencing temperatures that are well above normal for early February as the mercury in the thermometer will rise above 60 again Thursday and possibly Friday.

There will be a cold front approaching from the west this week that has the opportunity to provide us with a little spotty rain shower activity. The rain will be light and of little consequence over the next few days.

Even with the cloud cover overhead for the rest of the week, we still expect to see low to mid-60s.

The pattern changes in the upper levels of the atmosphere and our mild regime gets nudged along by a deep dip in the jet stream.

A coastal low will mingle with much cooler to cold air slated to arrive over the weekend and that will provide us with the chance for a wintry mix of rain, snow, sleet, and freezing rain on Sunday.

The amount of snow has yet to be determined as the event is still several days out, but slick roads and tricky travel will be likely on Sunday. Please stay safe and refer back to our forecasts as we will be updating them to keep you safe and informed.

Stay Safe,
John Carroll
Chief Meteorologist