The next couple of days won’t feel like we’re in the month of January. Sunday starts cold across the region with morning temperatures in the 20s. A southerly wind and breaks of sun will help highs reach the mid 40s. Sunshine will decrease through the day as more clouds move in, eventually turning skies mostly cloudy by Sunday night.
Lows around the upper 30s will be well above normal. There will also be a chance for some mist/drizzle before the sun comes up. A chance for rain follows Monday morning and lasts into the evening. Any showers we see will be light. With highs in the mid 50s, Monday will be the last “warm” day we see for a while. Arctic cold will make it’s official arrival Tuesday evening and settle in during the middle of the week.