Slightly warmer air engulfed the region today as high temperatures made their way to the middle 50s. The warm air will be short lived though, as temperatures begin to fall off tonight with the cold front passing through. Lows drop to the middle 30s across the area while clouds begin to break apart. Winds shift to come from the northwest at 10 to 15 miles per hour helping to clear skies by Wednesday.
Tomorrow partly sunny skies return while winds maintain their 10 to 15 mile per hour pace. Highs look to reach the middle and upper 50s. Tomorrow night we stay dry but begin to see more clouds enter as the next weather system moves south of us. Temperatures really cool off with lows bottoming out in the lower and middle 30s while winds lighten.
Small chances of precipitation arrive Thursday, which may mean a few snow flakes because of the colder air in place.