TONIGHT: Mostly Clear, Seasonable. Lo 25. Winds: N 5-10 mph.

MONDAY: Mostly Sunny, Milder. Hi 47. Winds: Light.

TUESDAY: Cloudy Skies, Damp. Morning Light Showers. Hi 47.

Tonight continues the mostly clear skies, and it will be the coldest night of the week under calm conditions. Mid-20s start off Monday before more sunshine bumps things up to the upper 40s. Monday should be a pleasant day with very few clouds and temperatures almost 10 degrees above average!

Our next area of low pressure slides through Tuesday, but it will weaken as it does so, so just a few light, showers are expected during the morning. Temperatures may be near freezing as this moisture arrives but given how marginally cold the air will be, we don’t expect many issues.

After a break Wednesday, yet another system will approach Thursday, bringing more steady rain. Yet again, there appears to be no real cold air to work with so it’s mainly another rain event for us with a half inch to three quarters of an inch expected. It’ll cool down a bit behind that system but still no signs of sustained deep cold in the next 10 days as a frustrating winter continues for snow-lovers.

-Meteorologists Dan Tomaso and Adis Juklo