A line of rain showers will move across the Commonwealth overnight with little fanfare. The temperatures are mild enough to provide only liquid precipitation in most locations away from the mountains.

Our higher elevated locations may be in line for a wintry mix. The wet snow/rain will cause some driving issues over and through some of the mountain passes after midnight, so exercise caution and leave a little more time for travel.

Once the rain tapers off, probably before noon Tuesday, expect to see mostly cloudy skies along with a spring-like feel to the area. Highs will be in the 60s for a couple of days, so enjoy the brief break from the winter chill.

Wednesday brings even milder temperatures as the mercury hits the mid-60s under a mix of clouds and sun. This is all ahead of a line of showers and possibly a rogue thunderstorm on Thursday.

Temperatures cool back to the 50s Friday after the rainy-day Thursday as the region dries out. Breezy conditions will also arrive Friday and aid in the drying process.

Stay Safe
John Carroll
Chief Meteorologist