The 60s return to start the work week. For the midweek, though, all eyes are on a storm that should bring a decent dose of Wednesday rain, possibly ending with some snowflakes Wednesday night.
Get outside today, it's going to be fairly nice! Overall, a quality respite from the cold throughout the weekend, and we turn even warmer heading into the first part of the work week.
We're getting things started right, with just about perfect weather for a game.
Throughout the work week temperatures were much cooler than normal. Time for us to change that.
The colder than normal weather forecast through the end of winter may discourage people rooting for warm weather but probably isn't as bad as it sounds.
Through Thursday, Great Lakes ice cover continued its historic expansion - covering more than 92 percent of the water's surface, the most on record so late in the winter.
To honor the beautiful snowfall we had Monday, what's left of it now, and the talented individuals who photographed it, here are my 10 favorite snow photos taken this week.
Freezing drizzle or light freezing rain may threaten this morning, but that all transitions to unfrozen showers fairly quick in places it impacts. Then we turn milder for the weekend, and almost warm to start the workweek.
A storm system developing off the coast tries to throw moisture our way. While we're on the edge, cold overnight temperatures may help lead to some morning travel woes.
We have just enough cold air in place for a little mixed precipitation to be a minor concern early-to-mid Friday morning, especially in our southern suburbs.