Spring temperatures eventually make a comeback, but it won’t be until the middle of next week.
TONIGHT: We’re drying up. Any remaining flurries should exit the state by midnight. Skies become partly cloudy overnight. It stays chilly with temperatures falling into the middle 20s.
SUNDAY: Sunshine returns and sticks around for the end of the weekend. It stays chilly with highs in the lower 40s. Winds stay brisk at times during the day out of the northwest, but the sunshine helps to warm us up.
NEXT WEEK: We’ll see dry conditions continue for the first part of the work-week. Temperatures will climb for the middle of the week, but wet weather also returns. Rain moves in Tuesday with heavy rain at times Wednesday and even some possible storms. That wet weather will linger into Thursday.
8DAY FORECAST: The wet weather is here for the middle of the week; once we dry up, temperatures will struggle to return back to the “spring-like” status we’ll have seen Wednesday.