Conditions will continue to be breezy and cool this evening with a layer of thin clouds. For tonight, temperatures are expected to drop to freezing or below across the region. Therefore, FREEZE WARNINGS have been issued area-wide with the spring growing season underway. If you started spring planting already, sensitive vegetation will need to be protected into Monday morning. The Freeze Warning is in effect for tonight through 10AM on Monday.

For the work week, each day will increase slightly in temperatures. Monday's highs will be in the upper 50s and a partly cloudy day. Then, Tuesday will have highs in the low 60s. There will be more clouds in the morning with a 10% chance for a light shower. Then, clouds decreasing to become partly sunny.

More sunshine and pleasant highs around 70 are expected for Wednesday. Thursday will have highs in the low 70s with increasing clouds. Then, another system will bring rain showers to the area beginning Thursday night and through the day on Friday.

An early look at next weekend has temperatures above normal with highs in the mid-70s on Saturday and upper 70s to 80 on Sunday.

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