After our first taste of winter last week, the upcoming week will see a return to milder weather. That's a bummer if you're like me and am desperately wanting to go snowboarding.
An upper disturbance will pass overhead today. Grey skies and a scattered shower or two will make for a less than ideal start to the week.
An upper level ridge will settle over the eastern US on Tuesday and Wednesday. At the surface, a weak front will stall out over the region before moving back north as a warm front on Wednesday. Both days will see a lot of clouds, a slight chance of showers, and milder temps, especially on Wednesday. It'll be quite a change from the same time last week.
Unfortunately, our next cold front moves through Friday morning. I say unfortunately because that means showers develop ahead of the front Thursday afternoon and evening, meaning a wet night for trick-or-treaters. Precip continues for most of the day on Friday before tapering off at night. Ugh.
A second cold front will sweep through the area Saturday night. The daytime will feature cooler temps with a decent amount of sunshine. Precip chances pick back up though in the late afternoon and evening with the frontal passage. We could see some northwest flow snow showers at night. It won't be anything major though.
Sunday looks to be beautiful, but chilly. It won't be as cold as last week, but it'll still be nippy out there.