How fitting that, after the warmest year on record, we receive the coldest weather of the season. Thankfully, it's also dry, with no precipitation in the future, sans a couple of flurries this weekend. The next 36 hours will still be cold and breezy, making it feel frigid.
After tomorrow, temperatures really start heading upwards. Saturday looks mostly sunny with temperatures flirting with the 40-degree mark. Sunday, temperatures head into the lower 40's under partly cloudy skies. A weak disturbance might drop a few flurries, especially north and west. Monday and Tuesday will feature, yet again, partly sunny skies with temperatures in the mid-40's. Wednesday will start to see a disturbance come our way, bringing us more clouds and warmer temperatures. Wednesday could top out in the lower 50's, a temperature we shouldn't see until mid-March. Thursday, temperatures are back down into the mid-40's ahead of the storm Tom talked about in his earlier blog post.