Patchy mid-level clouds associated with a disturbance aloft thinned out, and we ended with sunshine and temperatures inching past 50 degrees after starting in the low 20s.
High pressure over the Southeast will drift away and low pressure will track from the southern Plains to southeastern Missouri Monday. Clouds will thicken, with light rain arriving midday, then tapering off for a bit. The rain will resume in the evening and linger into Tuesday, before a cold front slips through Ohio, with gradual cooling later in the day.
Another wave of low pressure will move north along the Appalachians, bringing rain changing to light snow at times Wednesday, followed by windy and quite cold weather the remainder of the week, with occasional lake-enhanced snow showers. So February will go out on a cold note next weekend and March will begin the same way.
Tonight: Partly cloudy, not as cold. Low 37
Monday: Clouds thicken, midday showers. High 45
Tuesday: Showers likely. High 47 (42)
Wednesday: Early rain to light snow. High 40, falling to 32
Thursday: Flurries, very cold. High 29 (25)
Friday: Partly sunny. High 30 (18)
Saturday: Partly sunny. High 32 (20)
Have a good evening! -Ben