Cut-off low pressure in the southwest will move northeast through the middle of the week bringing with it warmth but also the threat for rain, not snow, by Thursday and Friday. Despite the rain falling temperatures will continue to warm with a strong southerly wind. The mild weather continues through the beginning of the weekend until a strong cold front sweeps through Sunday. This will drop temperatures closer to average by Sunday afternoon.
While mostly sunny skies will be found this afternoon the gusty southwest wind will have an opposite affect on the wind chill. Temperatures today will rise into the upper 30s, but a southerly wind gusting as high as 25-30 mph will cause the wind chill to remain in the upper 20s and low 30s. So another day to bundle up!