A weak ridge of high pressure is going to build into our region tonight melting away much of the cloudiness and setting the stage for a very nice Wednesday. Temperatures probably won't be as warm as they were Tuesday but still average out above normal with more snowmelt likely. Clouds will be on the increase Wednesday night as an area of low pressure moves off the coast of Virginia. The precipitation from this system is not expected to reach us and as it moves out to sea the clouds will give way to more sunshine on Thursday. A weak disturbance may kick off a few rain showers on Friday as it tracks by to our north. Southerly winds that day should send temperatures into the lower 40s. A cold front will then move through on Saturday introducing a chance for snow showers and also bringing an end to our stretch of mild weather with much colder air moving in for Sunday. Last night the computer models were hinting at an area of low pressure forming on this front but they have since backed off on this idea. Let's see what they say tomorrow.