(WITN) -- Thursday through Friday
A weak system will move over the area Thursday night. It is bringing some clouds to the area. Afternoon highs will be near 50 degrees northern areas and in the lower 50s southern areas.
The rain threat will be small overnight and come to an end by sunrise on Friday. Overall, Friday will be the nicest day of the week with highs in the low 60s, sunshine and a milder night in the 40s.
Saturday will remain dry under partly cloudy skies. Highs will reach the upper 50s with northeast winds early becoming southerly late. A few showers are possible later in the day or evening.
A strong cold front will move through Sunday morning with widespread showers and gusty winds. The rain will exit with much colder air will move in behind the front Sunday afternoon. Temperatures will fall rapidly from the 60s early in the morning to the 30s by evening.
Temperatures will be crashing behind Sunday's cold front. It will be nearly 30 degrees cooler on Martin Luther King Jr. day as highs register only in the low to mid 30s.
Morning temperatures on Monday and Tuesday will be bitter cold, bottoming out in the low to mid 20s. Gusty winds Monday could produce wind chills in the single digits around sunrise Monday. A big warm up is expected by the middle of the week with highs returning to the upper 50s by Wednesday.