A few clouds will hang around Sunday overnight, combined with southerly winds, temperatures won't be as cold starting Monday.
We'll start near 30° with a mix of sun and clouds.
Southerly winds will help warm afternoon temps, but only slightly, in the low 50s.
Cloud cover will thicken late in evening Monday ahead of a cold front.
Some chilly light rain showers will arrive late evening and overnight Monday into Tuesday.
As temperatures drop, this rain may change to a wintry mix and flurries early Tuesday, mainly north of I-64.
Accumulations will be very light, if any, and only on the grassy, elevated surfaces.
High pressure will quickly slide in Tuesday, clearing things out.
Tuesday afternoon will remain chilly, with highs only reaching the low 40s.
The coldest morning will be Wednesday morning, with clear skies, temps plummet into the mid 20s.
Afternoon temperatures will moderate for the middle of the week with highs near 50° Thursday, mid 50s for the weekend.
Some showers will be possible Friday into the weekend as well.