A shower or sprinkle may be around in a few spots over the next few hours but the bulk of the weather pattern between now and Sunday looks quiet and, dare I say it, rather normal for late March. We're entering a slow and steady warming trend over the next several days as temperatures nudge from around 50 to perhaps hitting the 60's by Monday.
Tonight's lows drop to between 29 and 34 across the region with a mix of clouds and stars in the forecast. Breezes around 10 mph tonight will increase to between 10 and 18 mph tomorrow, with skies generally a mix of clouds and sunshine for Thursday. Expect highs between the upper 40's northwest and lower 50's south, with the city nudging above 50 by day's end.
Our next chances of rain look to be on Easter and on April Fools' Day...we'll outline that in a bit more detail tomorrow.