Clear skies tonight will allow for temperatures to fall into the lower 30’s as a northeasterly breeze continues to feed us a taste of the bitterly cold air to the north. A light freeze is possible for inland locations as temperatures should be near 32 degrees by sunrise tomorrow.
Tomorrow brings a dry and cool Valentine’s Day. Highs will reach near 60 degrees, still keeping us below average by about five degrees. Mostly sunny skies and lighter winds will make it feel a little warmer than the thermometer reading. If you have outdoor plans for the day, just remember a sweater, sunglasses, and sunscreen. No one wants to get burnt on Valentine’s Day.
Clouds thicken tomorrow night keeping us warmer than previous nights. Lows will only fall to about 50 degrees. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible Monday with a few stronger storms in the mix however severe weather is not likely. The heaviest rainfall will be Monday afternoon and evening. About half an inch to an inch of rain could fall, helping to get us back on track with rainfall for the month of February. The rest of the work week remains dry and seasonable with temperatures mainly in the 60’s.