(WAFF) - Mostly cloudy skies will hold tight for the rest of the night. A flurry or sprinkle could squeeze out of the clouds, but it will be a quiet night overall. Temperatures take no time falling. Lows will drop below freezing, into the upper 20s for most.
Clouds continue for Saturday with a few peaks of sunshine possible through the day. Tomorrow morning will be cold, but highs will rise near 50 degrees during the afternoon. The start of the weekend will be dry, but Sunday could include a few showers.
Another cold start awaits the region Sunday morning. Overnight lows will fall into the upper 30s. Low 50s take over Sunday afternoon, getting us closer to average temperatures.
The start of the work week will be on the warm side, and will also feature wet weather. Monday and Tuesday will have the warmest temperatures in the upcoming week.
Temperatures will peak in the lower 60s both days. Rain reaches its peak Tuesday due to a cold front that will ignite showers as it marches through the area. Cooler and drier air changes the forecast for Wednesday. Wednesday brings mostly sunny skies with highs in the 50s.
Valentine’s Day will be a nice day overall. There is a small shot for showers, but temperatures will be close to average, in the mid to upper 50s.