A storm will replace the sunny conditions in the Northeast with wet weather, but how will the recent mild conditions endure?The same storm spreading wet weather across the center of the country and into the Midwest on Monday will move through the Ohio Valley and Northeast for the first few days of the week."Mild air will surge ahead of the wet weather, bringing midspring warmth to cities along the I-95 corridor," said AccuWeather Meteorologist Jake Sojda. After an already mild Monday, temperatures again will range from the lower 60s to near 70 degrees Fahrenheit from Boston to Washington, D.C.High temperatures in the lower 60s in Boston is more characteristic of early May, while high temperatures in the upper 60s in D.C. are more characteristic of mid-April.CLICK HERE FOR THE FREE ACCUWEATHER APPAs for the wet weather, the storm will spread rain from the Ohio Valley Monday night, to the Northeast Tuesday and Tuesday night. "Overall, rainfall amounts will stay below half an inch, and will be light enough to avoid widespread flooding," added Sojda.Some isolated locations in the higher elevations of the Appalachians and Adirondacks may have rain amounts near 1 inch.Behind the rain, a new air mass will move in, bringing with it cooler conditions, but most residents will still be able to escape typical early March weather.Temperatures will bottom out on Wednesday near the Great Lakes, and on Thursday in the northern half of the Northeast, but still remain about 5 degrees above normal. Highs in the middle 40s to the lower 50s are expected for cities like Detroit and Pittsburgh on Wednesday, and then in New York City and Boston on Thursday.Farther south, cities like Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., will drop as much as 10 degrees from Tuesday to Wednesday, but will still hold on in the upper 50s and lower 60s.Albeit not as warm as the start of the week, mild conditions are likely for the latter half of the week from the Ohio Valley to the Northeast. Another brief cooldown could return by next weekend.Keep checking back on AccuWeather.com and stay tuned to the AccuWeather Network on DirecTV, Frontier and Verizon Fios.