Forecasters said daytime temperatures Thursday will likely rise to 60 — although it’s the second day of winter due to meteorology — as a record-breaking warm Midwest front “pushes north” the tri-zone.
Early risers on Thursday may experience some rain.
There is a 30% chance of a shower before 7 a.m., after which the clouds may persist, with a warm, humid southwest breeze reaching 14 mph, the National Weather Service said.
Friday should be sunny and a bit cooler during the day – only 45 or so highs are expected.
It should also be a sunny weekend—although Friday and Saturday nights can be cloudy, according to the weather service.
And both days should be fairly moderate: Saturday’s high will be around 47; Sunday is milder than 54.
At night, temperatures all week drop to freezing.
Work week likely to start with rain: 60% odds after 1am on Monday, same odds as Monday afternoon, after 1pm
Monday could see temperatures soar to 58 degrees during the day; After that, temperatures will cool to the mid-40s during the days, the Met Office said.
Tuesday’s sunny skies could be followed by more heavy rain Wednesday, when chances are 50%.