Temperatures edged up to 40 degrees this weekend, after a cold start in the low 20s, still slightly above normal for early January.
Some clouds will continue to drift overhead Monday with an upper-level disturbance, but no rain or snow is expected. Low pressure near the Gulf Coast will track to the Mid-Atlantic region, after bringing snow to a large portion of Texas, spreading east to the Mid-South.
Temperatures will be moderate this week, with highs in the low to mid-40s. The mildest days will come midweek, when southwesterly winds strengthen ahead of a cold front, as low pressure moves across the Great Lakes. A few showers could develop Thursday night, changing to snow showers behind the front Friday and Saturday.
Monday: Mix clouds and sun later, chilly. High 39
Tuesday: Partly cloudy. High 41 (26) Wednesday: Partly cloudy, little milder. High 44 (28) Thursday: Clouds return, breezy, late shower. High 46 (32)
Friday: Brisk, colder, rain/snow showers. High 37 (32) Saturday: Mostly cloudy, cold, snow showers. High 29 (23)