We really couldn’t be much better off on a weekend day in January than right now with the unseasonably warm temperatures continuing. The front to the northwest which is not a sharp one, will be moving across the area late Saturday afternoon into the evening. As far as clouds go, there will be some high and mid clouds at times, but still at least partly sunny. There will be a breeze at times, but nothing over 20 mph. There is no chance of any precipitation in our area with this front, but some cooler air will move in behind the front and it will feel cooler Sunday with temperatures rising no higher than the upper 40s with a west-northwest breeze behind the front in about the same 8-16 mph range as Saturday. With high pressure expanding eastward across the region, we will be partly sunny Sunday. On Monday, the front from today looks like it will stall far enough south that we don’t have to worry about any precipitation as any light rain should stay south of Washington, D.C. as a little wave of low pressure moves along the front, but there will probably be more clouds than sun. High pressure will drift off the Southeast Coast Tuesday and nose northwestward for dry weather, and some milder air across our region. The storm that will be developing along the Texas coast Monday will be tracking northeastward and will bring us some rain midweek. The timing seems to have settled on the rain moving in Wednesday morning, then moving away late Thursday night. The temperatures in the Wednesday through Thursday time frame are a little hard to pinpoint as it depends on the exact timing of the low, but we should reach the 50s for a time, then probably fall back Thursday afternoon with colder air coming in for Thursday night and Friday and lasting into Saturday. Looks like a good shot of cold air, though probably not quite as cold as the one earlier this week.