The last days of "Meteorological Winter"...not very winter-like!
After one last cold morning, we warm up nicely with sunshine and light winds into the low 60s.
Temps drop quickly tonight, but steady out as south winds develop. Those same winds will increase tomorrow and warm us into the low 70s (upper 60s east).
Sunday may feature some brief clouds cover, giving way to partly sunny skies and warm temps in the 70s ahead of a weak cold front. that may trigger a shower or two at night, but coverage will be very low.
Monday is warm and more humid ahead of a stronger front Tuesday. We'll still see some showers/storms, although today it appears the strongest "lift" will stay north/east of our area. That leaves best coverage in eastern counties.
Temps cool rapidly behind the front Wednesday into the 50s, but warm up quickly by Thursday.