Unseasonably cold temperatures are expected Monday due to cloud cover and north/northeast winds that will continue to bring in cooler air. Highs will be about 15 - 20 degrees below normal, in the mid to upper 40s. However, due to the wind, wind chill values will only be in the low 40s through the afternoon and in the 30s for the evening. The cloud over still stick around into Monday night, with lows in the upper 30s to near 40.
Slightly warmer daytime highs are expected Tuesday as our winds still start to become more southeasterly in the afternoon. Highs will be in the mid 50s. It will be a mostly cloudy day.
The chance of showers, and even some thunderstorms, will increase across the area Tuesday night as a weak cold front sweeps through our area. That front will become nearly stationary across the region come Wednesday. It will then lift back northward as a warm front Wednesday night. Wednesday evening/night a few isolated showers or thunderstorms may develop along and north of the front.
A warming trend will continue with unseasonably warm conditions expected by Thursday.