Arctic high pressure in the central plains is sending cold air and breezy winds into the area again on Tuesday morning. Expecting multiple locations to wake up with feel like temperatures that will be in single digits--and everyone else in the low to mid teens. Feel like temperatures won't rebound a whole lot Tuesday--feeling like upper 20s for most of the afternoon. We finally get a shift in flow as we head towards the end of the work week and temperatures get a little milder.
By Thursday, temperatures will rebound into the mid to upper 40s as the arctic high shifts northeastward, causing the winds to become easterly, then southerly. This will provide enough for some locations to climb up to 50° as we head into the weekend. That change in flow will also bring more clouds and moisture into the area--and that will interact with a frontal system that will be moving our way Saturday. Rain moves in early Saturday morning, and coupled with a cold front-- will bring the chance for winter weather Saturday (mainly isolated to the Appalachians). As the system exits the region on Sunday, it will likely push a final burst of moisture into the area-- which will set some areas up to see a couple of flurries Sunday.