High pressure will dominate today bringing with it clear and cool conditions with highs in the low 60s. If you have dinner plans this evening with your Valentine, skies will be mostly clear after sundown with temps in the mid 50s. Tomorrow morning we'll wake up in the 40s with highs once again in the low 60s. A front will swing through the area tomorrow afternoon, there won't be any wet weather associated with it, but it will continue to push our temps way down.
An Arctic blast arrives this weekend! Saturday and Sunday will be sunny and bright. Saturday morning reading's will be in the upper 30s and by the afternoon we'll only reach the mid 50s. We drop into the sub-freezing zone Sunday morning as we hover around 30, inland areas will fall into the mid 20s.
Moderating temps our in store early next week, along with a few splash and dash showers for Monday. By Tuesday we'll have a 50/50 shot of showers and storms.
Happy Valentine's Day!
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster