What we’re tracking:
- Another cold night ahead
- Chilly first half of the week
- Next rain and possible snow chance
Some clouds will break apart overnight, to go along with fairly calm winds across the region. Overnight lows will bottom out in the 20s. There is the slight chance of areas of patchy fog developing tonight into tomorrow morning, as well.
We’ll be slightly warmer tomorrow, but there will still be a chill to the air. The first half of the week will see highs predominantly in the 40s, before the 60s return to close out the week.
More clouds than sun are anticipated for tomorrow, before our next disturbance moves in. Scattered showers move in tomorrow evening, but it’s a quick moving system that will be gone by mid-morning on Monday. This will be mostly a rain event, but a few snowflakes could mix in overnight as temperatures will be a few degrees within that freezing mark of 32°. Afterwards, sunshine returns to dominate the region on Monday.
Our northern areas could see a few snowflakes falling early on Tuesday morning, but as it stands right now, it doesn’t look to be anything substantial in terms of accumulation. We’ll keep a close eye on that possibility for snow. Otherwise, we look to stay dry until our next rain chance moves in on Friday.
-Storm Track Meteorologist Christina Reis