For those of you who can't get enough of this cold, snowy winter: Sorry, but you're not going to like this week that much..
But the rest of us can rejoice a little bit as the next several days will all hit highs in the 40s and 50s, according to the National Weather Service.
Saturday will continue to be cloudy and should see high temperatures around 49, the service says.
Saturday night cools down to around 29, and York County has a 30 percent chance of a few raindrops and/or flurries before 1 a.m., but the NWS expects no accumulation.
This sunny Sunday, the coldest of the next five days, will hit a high of 40 and a low of 28, the NWS says. Both day and night should stay dry.
Monday and Tuesday will both see a mix of sun and clouds while temperatures reach into the low 50s — 52 Monday and 53 Tuesday, the service says.
Rain may move in Wednesday. At this point, the NWS gives the day, which will see a high temperature of around 47, a 50/50 chance of rain.