(WAFF) - Windy with increasing clouds tonight. That south is going to keep temperatures in the lower 50s for most of the night.
Temperatures could reach the lower 60s Wednesday ahead of a cold front. As a result we could see a few thunderstorms.
Locally heavy rain is likely at some point in the early afternoon with widespread light to moderate rain expected on and off again throughout the day. Rain will end from west to east during the evening hours with a flake or two of snow mixing in before it ends.
I expect more roads to dry before temperatures fall below freezing. Thursday and Friday will be dry and unseasonable cold with highs in the lower 40s Thursday and high in the middle to upper 30s Friday. Cold nights with lows in the 20s.
The weekend is looking better with highs getting above normal into Monday. We are watching the potential for snowfall in the area Tuesday. This could be followed by another blast of arctic air.
Keep checking back for updates to our changing weather.