It's looking and feeling good outside this morning. We have clear and dry conditions to start the day. We'll see a few scattered clouds move in this afternoon with highs warming to the upper 60s. Northerly winds will begin to increase by early afternoon signaling the arrival of a push of cool, dry air into the region. Clouds will be on the increase as we head into the evening hours. Temperatures will cool into the low 50s by mid-evening with light northerly winds. Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with temperatures hitting the low 60s by the afternoon. A swipe of arctic air will be on the way southward and arrive late Wednesday into Thursday morning. Thursday will easily be one of the coldest days of the week with peak afternoon temperatures in the 40s and wind chills in the 30s for much of the day. Temperatures will begin to warm on Friday and into the weekend.