(WBRZ News 2 Meteorologist Josh Eachus) While fewer mornings with freezing conditions are expected this week, it will still be generally chilly through the next 7 days. Rain chances will be slim to nil.
Today and Tonight: Your Monday will be mostly sunny and warmer with highs in the mid 60s. Winds will be out of the west at 5-10mph. Temperatures will remain chilly overnight, but lows will be near 40 as opposed to freezing.
Up Next: A reinforcing cold front will pass through the area on Tuesday morning sending another chill into the air. After an afternoon in the 50s, lows could flirt with freezing on Wednesday morning. Yet another cold front will come by on Friday morning with perhaps some coastal shower activity. There are still no 70s in sight, but it does look like afternoon thermometers will reach the upper 60s by this weekend. Otherwise, expect mainly clear skies to dominate the week ahead.