Valentine's Day will be on the mild side with highs expected to be in the lower-50s. Partly cloudy skies in the morning will give way to plenty of sunshine for the afternoon. Winds will come out of the southwest tonight ushering in some warmer weather for Wednesday with highs expected to be unseasonably mild in the low to mid-60s. A warm front will pass by Wednesday morning and an isolated shower or two cannot be ruled out. Temperatures will stick on the warmer side Thursday with cloudy skies to start off the day. A low pressure system will cut up through the Great Lakes with showers likely to develop later in the day on Thursday. Breezy conditions are likely as well with rainfall amounts around 1/3". Temperatures will fall from the 40s through the 30s during the day Friday. A few lingering rain showers could changeover to snow showers before tapering off. We will start the weekend off in the lower-40s under partly sunny skies. Clouds will increase Sunday as well as the temperature with highs expected to be in the upper-40s. By early next week cloudy skies will stick around with highs warming up to the lower-50s.