Skies will be mostly cloudy outside of any snow showers, with lows falling into the low and middle 20s. A light coating of snow is possible. Winds will briefly ease to 5-10 miles per hour out of the northwest overnight, but will increase quickly on Tuesday.
Rounds of snow showers and squalls are working in from northwest to southeast and will continue overnight. Temperatures will be warm in the morning, then much cooler for the afternoon. We will see a break in the rain around daybreak before another round of showers moves in during the afternoon.
We started out in the upper 30s and low 40s this morning.
Snow will wind down Tuesday night into Wednesday. However, as shown on the map below, most areas will only get a dusting.
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The sunny afternoons can't last forever, and the return of rain and snow is dead ahead.
It sure was nice to see the sun over the weekend, but the snow found us again on Monday! Winds will ramp up this afternoon with gusts to near 25 miles per hour.
A quick step back on Friday with temps in the upper 30s to low 40s at best but it will be a nice and bright day.
Temperatures will stay just above the freezing mark though, so anything that falls is unlikely to create any significant impacts.