We’ll have above normal temperatures around for the second half of the weekend but will see much cooler temperatures as we head into the start of the workweek. Sunday will be partly to mostly sunny because of a high to our south. We’ll have the chance for a few snow flurries as a cold front pushes though the area in the evening. Highs Monday will be between 10 and 15 degrees cooler than Sunday, making it to around seasonable levels. We’ll see partial sunshine Monday as well. By Tuesday, highs will only be able to warm into the 20s with mostly sunny skies. Wednesday we’ll start with a mix of sun and clouds then see increasing clouds with some light snow developing in the evening as a low pressure system moves into the area. This does not look like a major snow event, but it does looks like most locations could see anywhere from a coating to three inches overnight. It’s still early, but of course, we’ll keep you updated. It’ll stay cold for Thursday.
Tonight: Lows 21°-32° with partly cloudy skies.
Sunday: Highs 38°-45° with partly to mostly sunny skies and a few flurries possible in the evening.
Monday: Highs 26°- 33° with partly sunny skies and the chance for a few afternoon snow showers.
Tuesday: Highs 20°-28° with mostly sunny skies.
Wednesday: Highs 21°-29° with partly to mostly cloudy skies in the morning. Increasing clouds with light snow or snow showers developing by evening.
Thursday: 18°- 26° with partly to mostly cloudy skies.