The sky will be clearing early Wednesday, and while the snow has long since ended there will be a brisk and chilly wind to contend with most of the day.
That wind will start to pick up shortly after daybreak, as the coastal wave responsible for Tuesday’s snow deepens while out over the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Highs that will be within a couple of degrees of 40, therefore, will “feel more like” its in the 20s, so folks shouldn’t put away those winter coats just yet.
While Wednesday night will be quite cold with winds gradually diminishing, it will be nicer Thursday and warmer on Friday, even though there could be a shower or two at almost any time.
Saturday, a low pressure system pulling out of the Ohio Valley may also bring some rain to the area. But as long as the wave tracks to the north of the Mason-Dixon Line, we have a good shot of coming close to 60 degrees during the time that it’s not raining.