Overnight we will have calm winds and clear skies and a night that falls back down below the freezing line.
A few more clouds are expected to fill in Friday as we get a system diving into our area directly from the north and temperatures staying in the mid to upper 50s.
Potentially, a few sprinkles overnight Friday into Saturday but they will be very widespread.
Saturday, it is looking like we will return to the low 60s as the cold air starts to finally move out of our area, and then by Sunday, the full effects of the warmer air mass will begin to be felt as the cold air retreats to the Northeast and we warm up into the low 70s.
More of the same under mostly sunny skies for the start of the first full week of March.
Tuesday and Wednesday we will be cooling off a bit, but temperatures still remain around average in the low to mid 60s.
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