A cooler and drier air mass has moved into the area behind a cold front that pushed through last week. High pressure will build over the Central Appalachians tonight with a cool and dry air mass in place. A Freeze Warning has been issued overnight for temperatures cooling into the upper 20's for up to seven hours Sunday morning. A warm up will begin Sunday as high pressure moves out into the Western Atlantic. Increasing cloudiness will keep temperatures from warming out of the 60's. By Monday, a storm system will be approaching the region from the west. Afternoon highs will warm into the upper 60's and lower 70's. Rain chances will begin to increase our western areas through the afternoon but the bulk of the rain should hold off until overnight Monday. The system should clear out quickly Tuesday morning with a dry stretch of weather likely to continue through the remainder of the period. Temperatures by the weekend will be warming into the 70's.
Tonight: Clear and cold with a temperature cooling into the upper 20's.
Valentine's Day: Mostly sunny with a high in the upper 50's. Overnight there will be increasing clouds and a low near 42.
Washington's Birthday: Showers and thunderstorms possible through the afternoon and evening, otherwise, mostly cloudy with a high near 70. Overnight, showers and storms continue with temperatures cooling to near 50 degrees.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny with a high near 70. Temperatures will cool into the middle 40's through the overnight under a mostly clear sky.
Wednesday: Sunny with a high in the upper 60's. Overnight, temperatures will cool into the lower 40's.
Thursday: Sunny with a high in the upper 60's. Overnight, temperatures will cool into the lower 40's.
Friday: Sunny with a high in the lower 70's. Overnight, temperatures will cool into the lower 40's.
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