After a chilly Tuesday in the midst of a Carolina wedge, our Valentine's Day will feature milder conditions with highs in the mid to upper 50s as that wedge scours out. We will have a good deal of clouds today, and as a weakening disturbance moves in, a few showers will remain a possibility.
Very warm February weather is on tap for Thursday and Friday as we await our next cold front. Highs Thursday look to reach into the lower 70s for most with low to mid 70s likely Friday.
Thursday looks dry, but then our next cold front will spread in some shower chances later Friday into Friday night.
That front will then stall out to our south Saturday, and a wave of low pressure will form and ride along that front. The result will be a chilly, wet Saturday across the region. Look for good rain chances Saturday with afternoon highs struggling to make the lower 40s.
Sunday looks milder again with some 50s back in place, and by Tuesday and Wednesday next week, we will likely be pushing 70 for highs again.