TONIGHT: Passing Sprinkle Or Flurry Late. Lo 34. Winds: Light.

MONDAY: Gradual Clearing, Breezy. Hi 46. Winds: NW 10-20 mph, Higher Gusts.

TUESDAY: Periods of Morning Sun, Then Increasing Clouds. Stray Light Evening Showers. Hi 50.

What a glorious February day that felt like spring! Temperatures hit 50° for a lot of locations today, and the mild conditions continue this evening. Overnight we remain above freezing as a weak disturbance heads across the Northeast. We end up with a few areas of light showers or flurries, but this disturbance does not have a lot of moisture with it. Clouds then linger through Monday morning.

Clearing skies are expected for the second half of Monday into Tuesday morning. Another quick-moving disturbance rolls by for Tuesday evening, and that may mean a few additional light showers. Temperatures on Monday and Tuesday may get awfully close to 50°, or even break that mark depending on the amount of sunshine that breaks through.

Highs will keep trending upward this week as we reach the mid-50s by Wednesday. The next best chance for rain will come Thursday as an area of low pressure rides through the Ohio Valley. One push of rain is expected during the morning with scattered showers for the afternoon. The low being west means we’ll be on the warmer side of the storm, with 60 degrees possible for some of our southern counties! Behind this system, we’ll cool down a bit for the start of next weekend. A weak coastal low could bring us some rain or snow showers Saturday, but it doesn’t look like anything significant at this time.

-Meteorologists Dan Tomaso and Adis Juklo