Spring hasn't yet really sprung out here in the suburbs and won't for a little while longer, at least not in a way permament and particularly distinguishable from the uniquely mild winter we've had.
However, temperatures will get up into the mid-50s on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, accompanied by the high winds that tend to follow warm weather around this time of year. The new temperatures don't look primed to stick, however; forecasts have nightly lows dropping back below freezing on Friday night.
Here's your weather:
Monday: Sunny in the morning, partly cloudy in the evening. Mid 30s during the day, low 30s at night.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and windy during the day, partly cloudy and windy in the evening. Mid 50s during the day, mid 40s at night.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy and windy during the day, cloudy with a slight chance of showers in the evening. High 50s during the day, low 40s at night.
Thursday: A 50 percent chance of rain in the morning, a slight chance of rain in the evening. Partly cloudy all day. Mid 40s during the day, low 30s at night.
Friday: Mostly sunny during the day, partly cloudy at night. Low 40s during the day, low 30s at night.
Saturday: Sunny during the day, clear at night. Mid 40s during the day, low 30s at night.
Sunday: Mostly sunny with a slight chance of rain. High 40s during the day, high 30s at night.