There may be a few more scattered rain showers and maybe an isolated snow shower tonight as a cold front crosses the area. However, the widespread wintry mix has exited the area and temperatures will slowly warm into the mid to upper 30s overnight so, the concern for a refreeze is not in the forecast.
Tomorrow will be windy and chilly with partly sunny skies. Highs will warm to around 40 by the midday hours then slowly start to fall into the 30s during the day. When you factor in the winds tomorrow, wind chills will be in the 20s and low 30s. Sunday night into the beginning of Martin Luther King Jr. Day will be frigid with lows in the upper teens to mid 20s. During the day on Monday, breezy winds will put wind chill temperatures in the teens and low 20s. There will, however, be beautiful sunshine. It will still be a bit breezy on Tuesday with temperatures again running seasonably chilly. After the first half of January ranked as the seventh warmest on record, winter temperatures have finally arrived. By next weekend, temperatures will be moderate to around 50 with some showers possible on Saturday.
Tonight: Chance for rain/snow shower overnight
Temperatures: Slowly rising through the mid to upper 30s to near 40
Sunday: Partly sunny, blustery and cold
Highs: 30s to low 40s; wind chills in the 20s and low 30s
Monday: Sunny, breezy and cold
Highs: Mid to upper 30s; wind chills in the teens and 20s
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, a bit breezy and cold again
Highs: Mid 30s to low 40s; wind chills in the upper teens to 20s
Wednesday: Sunny and seasonable
Highs: Upper 30s to low 40s
On Saturday, expect snowy and wet weather to have a low to moderate impact on your day. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for areas west of I-95 from 7AM to 7PM Saturday.