A February that started with seasonably cool conditions and above normal snow for the first half of the month will end with an unseasonably warm stretch and no snow in the second half of the month.
Tuesday will be pretty standard late-February day with highs in the low 40s and increasing clouds. A few rain showers are possible Tuesday night. It does not look like there will be more than 0.1″ of precipitation. Some sunshine will break through on Wednesday, and it will be back into the upper 40s.
Thursday looks even warmer, and record highs may be broken in the Northeast. The temperature may spike into the low to mid 60s inland, and into the upper 50s near the coast. Friday will also be mild, with highs in the mid to upper 50s as clouds increase.
Saturday looks wet, with rain developing around midday and continuing in the afternoon. Expect the temperature to reach the 50s again on Saturday. It will be partly cloudy, dry and seasonable on Sunday, with highs in the 40s.
There is no sign of a significant cool-down through the end of the month into early March. The storm track may get more active in the first week of March, and, even without a lot of very cold weather, snow is still possible.