Good Tuesday to one and all. We continue to see a heck of a temperature gradient showing up from north to south across our region. This is all part of a wild temperature ride for the next several days. All of this will eventually lead to a taste of wintertime by the end of the week.
A warm front lifts to the north across the region Tuesday. This front means a few showers will be possible, with highs in the 40s across the north and 60s in the south and west.
Much warmer air moves in for Wednesday, with afternoon highs making a run at the 70-degree mark on a gusty southwesterly wind. That wind could also produce a stray shower or thunderstorm.
A very strong cold front then moves in Thursday with widespread showers and thunderstorms:
Some areas could pick up close to an inch of rain out of that mess. The temperature drop along and behind the front is fairly impressive:
The air grows even colder for Friday and Saturday, with highs from the upper 30s to the low 40s and a few snowflakes possible. Lows by Saturday morning could drop into the upper teens:
Enjoy your day and take care.