Thankfully, some warmer weather returned to the Tri-State for our Friday. After only reaching the upper 40s yesterday, this afternoon we topped out in the mid to low 50s area-wide - while not necessarily a significant jump in temperature, it's most certainly a welcomed one. Fortunately, it looks as though that warming trend will continue on, not for just a day or two, but well into next week!
Sure, we may have another night of chilly temperatures ahead of us, but you need to look past the lows below the freezing mark and the coinciding Freeze Warning, you need to focus on the fact that temperatures across the Ohio Valley will surge back into the mid to low 60s under crystal clear skies. Better Yet, think of enjoying that egg hunt come Easter Sunday under a robin's egg blue sky and afternoon high temperatures above 70°. The weekend ahead is going to be a gorgeous one.
In fact, even the beginning of the next work week will be quite pleasant - we'll continue to see temperatures gradually climb through our Monday and even into our Tuesday - peak temperatures will likely clear 75° that day! Temperatures will finally take a hit after the arrival of our next round of rainfall beginning Wednesday of next week. Both Wednesday and Thursday may bring about chances of rainfall, though Thursday looks more significant; current model data suggests that we may be faced with strong to even Severe Storms that day.