A few high clouds have moved into the area and temperatures continue to struggle to warm up. On Tuesday we will see more sunshine and temperatures will start to warm back into mid to upper 40s.
As high pressure moves east of us, it will allow our winds to change up to the south, warming us up to the mid 40s on Tuesday. We'll be near 20 degrees above normal for Valentine's Day on Wednesday as temperatures rise to the lower 60s with mostly sunny skies. It will be great weather if you have plans with that special sweetheart or someone!
We could see a few rain showers on Thursday with breezy conditions and highs reaching the low 50s as a cold front passes through. We'll cool back down back in the mid 30s on Friday but only briefly as we'll climb into the mid 40s on Saturday. The low 50s are then in store for Sunday with lots of sunshine for the weekend.
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