Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- The end of the weekend brought sunshine and very mild temperatures, but as we go into the workweek changes are on the way.
Temperatures warmed into the middle and upper 60s on Sunday, that was the warmest it has been in nearly a week when we hit 69° in Columbia on the 27th.
It will be warm again on Monday, but the rain chances will be increasing for the start of workweek as a cold front moves across the Midlands.
Temperatures are expected to warm into the lower 70s, but we will see a chance of rain through the afternoon hours.
Tuesday a cold air wedge is expected to develop, so we will be stuck with clouds and light rain, with highs only in the middle to upper 40s.
Another cold front will pass through the Midlands by Wednesday and again we will see a chance for showers.
Right now Thursday looks to be dry, but our next weather-maker will approach the Midlands by the end of the workweek bringing us more chances for rain.