After a round of freezing drizzle/light freezing rain this morning, a brief warming is beginning. Despite clouds and a few showers, temperatures reach the low and middle 50s today, which is still below average but significantly warmer than the past several days. And with a strong southerly wind tonight, you'll notice a dramatic difference in temperatures as morning lows hold in the low 50s. Otherwise, cloudy along with a few showers.
The warming trend continues tomorrow with highs in the upper 60s and low 70s. Due to abundant moisture and an unsettled pattern, a passing shower is possible at any time during the day, then a line of storms moves through Saturday evening and night in advance of a cold front; while we're not expecting widespread severe weather, a few storms could produce damaging straight line wind.
Behind the front, colder air begins slipping in Sunday, knocking temperatures down to the 40s and low 50s by afternoon. More interesting changes for early next week; once again, some light freezing rain is a possibility Monday as another blast of cold air arrives. At this point, moisture looks limited, but certainly something to watch over the weekend.
Longer term, the pattern remains cool through the end of February.