Temps begin to warm up a little more today. 

We should see highs in the mid 40s, with partly cloudy skies and a southwest breeze at 8-14 mph.

Wednesday will bring another day in the 40s, but Thursday will get closer to 50 and Friday should be into the 50s for the first time since November 1st.

We still have a good shot of hitting 60 Saturday, and there's a possibility of rain showers Sunday. It does look like the bulk of that moisture will fall to our south. We'll keep an eye on that storm track since river levels are rising and snow melt is still an issue this week.

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