The final weekend of February will feel more like spring than winter, as temperatures surge into the 50s.
It will be cold for the time of year tonight, with lows in the single digits and teens.
Mostly sunny skies are expected tomorrow, when high temperatures will be in the lower 40s.
Sunday brings much warmer weather, when temperatures rise into the 50s. Sunshine will blend with clouds and make for a nice day.
A storm will track north of the state on Monday, bringing a cold front to the region. There can be an isolated shower, and it will be breezy and warm with temperatures in the 50s.
Tuesday turns out dry with more clouds than sunshine; high temperatures will again be more than 10 degrees above average, in the lower 50s.
Wednesday brings more rain as a storm tracks north of the state, again. Temperatures will soar well into the 50s.
An intrusion of cold air arrives Thursday and sticks around for the end of the first week of March. Highs plateau in the 30s.