Midweek Wednesday promises to be a transitional day for temperatures around our region. As high pressure slides across the area we'll notice winds shifting from the Northwest to the Southeast later in the day. The growing Southerly component to the wind will stem our chilly days and lead to a warming trend. We'll reach the 40s today but get an even bigger boost from Southwest winds tomorrow. Thursday's highs could pop up to the mid 50s before a cool front slides through the area dropping the mercury a bit for Friday. The very dry air associated with the ridge will lead to more bright blue skies and even Thursday's front should swing through dry. The next, best chance for rain arrives over the weekend, most likely on Saturday.
Have a great Wednesday!