We'll see our weather improve as we get back into the daily grind Monday, but even better things are coming as we wrap up the month of March.
The combination of northerly upper level winds and northeast surface winds at 10-15 mph will keep us from seeing a huge warm up Monday despite lots of sunshine. Highs are expected to approach 50 degrees, with cooler temperatures near the lake, while areas well inland could possibly make a run at the mid 50s.
We'll stay sunny Tuesday and Wednesday and with a southerly push of warm air expected to move into the region our temperatures will respond nicely. Highs Tuesday are forecast in the upper 50s, and then about 10 degrees warmer Wednesday afternoon when it will be breezy as well.
It's no April Fools joke to say Thursday will probably be the warmest day we've seen since fall. It will be breezy again with a few clouds passing by, but it looks like our temperatures will top out in the low 70s. If we make it that high Thursday afternoon it would be warmest it's been since September.
You can learn more about the forecast by viewing the slideshow.