MLK Day: It looks like Monday will be cool & mild with mostly sunny skies and highs reaching the upper-50s. Overnight dips into the mid-30s for a 3rd night in a row.  

Tuesday: Highs warm into the mid-60s Tuesday with mostly sunny skies. Increased cloud cover late at night leads to overnight lows in the mid-50s. 

Wednesday-Thursday: We reach the mid-70s on Wednesday before a strong cold front pushes through late in the evening bringing a lineof rain. A few lingering showers are possible on Thursday morning with highs in the mid-50s. Thursday could see freezing temperatures overnight with lows expected to drop near 30 degrees.  

Friday-Sunday: Prepare for some of the coldest temperatures we’ve seen all season. Strong north winds hold on Friday and Saturday which will reinforce a cooling trend. Highs on Friday and Saturday will only be in the mid-40s with overnight lows in the mid-to-upper 20s. A hard freeze is possible and ice or sleet may be a possibility but the chances look very low at this time. Confidence in the forecast will become clearer when this event draws closer. Sunday remains cold with highs in the upper-40s.