Powerful low pressure moving past the southeastern coast of New England will help circulate chilly air across the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley.
Sunday will start off chilly in the upper 20s under mostly cloudy skies. Some breaks of sun are possible, before clouds fill in again ahead of a northern disturbance. A few flurries will develop Sunday night and early Monday behind a cold front.
Temperatures Sunday and Monday will peak in the mid-30s, with cold mornings in the mid-20s to upper 20s to start the workweek.
High pressure will push through the region and off to the east, allowing for a warming trend midweek, with highs returning to the 40s and morning lows in the low 30s, under fair skies. The next chance for showers will come with a northern storm and cold front Friday night, ending early Saturday.
Tonight: Cloudy. Low 29
Sunday: Mostly cloudy. High 37
Monday: Mix clouds and sun, brisk. High 35 (28)
Tuesday: More sun, crisp. High 39 (24)
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High 44 (28)
Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 47 (31)
Friday: Clouds increase, late shower. High 46 (34)