Highs today will hit the mid to upper 50s with scattered showers. That temp will be found this morning, with temps tumbling into the 30s and 40s this afternoon as a cold front passes through. As the temps change, so will the precipitation. Rain is expected to change from rain to snow. Tonight through Tuesday morning up to 1″ of snow is possible, with most accumulating snow falling in our extreme Northern counties. That’s where a Winter Weather Advisory is in effect. A brief period of freezing rain is possible in the advisory area.
Bottom line, watch for falling temps today, and slick spots the later we head into the afternoon and overnight!
Overnight, temps drop to the mid 20s with a chance for light snow.
Tuesday, highs only hit the mid 30s with partly cloudy skies and morning flurries. It’s going to feel much colder!
Wednesday, the temp bumps back into the 40s, before another round of rain/rain snow mix moves in late in the week.