Sunshine and seasonal temperatures, with light winds, provided a calm finish to a blustery weekend. The powerful storm system that brought 40 to 60 mph winds Saturday with the passage of a cold front has moved away across eastern Canada.
Plenty of sunshine and light winds will prevail again Monday, as high pressure across the South builds eastward, with a west-southwest flow. Temperatures will peak near 50 degrees , then dip back into the chilly low 20s overnight.
Look for readings to rebound into the mild 50s on Tuesday. Some clouds will arrive late Tuesday with a minor disturbance that will bring a few showers to start the day on Wednesday.
A cold front will trigger some showers Thursday, after temperatures climb into the low 60s. Cooler weather will return heading into next weekend, with unsettled conditions and a few periods of rain, as a frontal system stalls out over the region.
- Tonight: Clear, cold. Low 29
- Monday: Sunny, seasonable. High 50
- Tuesday: Partly cloudy. High 53 (31)
- Wednesday: Early showers, milder. High 56 (41)
- Thursday: Showers likely. High 62 (53)
- Friday: Mostly cloudy, chilly. High 46 (34)
- Saturday: Light rain. High 42 (38)