Good morning! We’re starting off chilly again this morning, though not as bad as Tuesday morning. High pressure has moved a bit to the east and the worst of the cold has gone with it. Still, we have early readings in the teens with a few single-digit wind chills. The breeze will increase today and gust a bit over 20 mph, bringing highs back up into the middle 40s. We’ll see blue skies. A weak front will move through tonight, and this will mean we’ll knock several degrees off the high for Thursday. Surface high pressure will be in place on Friday morning so we’ll start cold again. The weekend looks dry except for a few showers on Sunday afternoon or evening, but models have backed off on the rainfall at this point due to a dry atmosphere. Other than that slim chance of showers, I don’t have any precipitation in the forecast through seven days. The overall pattern will remain active with systems coming through the region, but moisture looks to be lacking at this point. Temperatures will remain below average, with the potential for a warm-up by Wednesday of next week.