Clouds will be on the increase today, but temps will finally be above the freezing mark for the first time since New Year’s Eve.
Highs will reach the mid 30s today with increasing clouds. Late this afternoon/evening a rain/snow mix is possible, but anything that develops is expected to be light.
Tonight temps drop to the upper 20s. Flurries are likely, and a few spots may see patchy freezing drizzle.
Sunday we start the day with light snow showers, and by late afternoon the clouds break for some sunshine. A light dusting of snow is possible. Temps will slowly fall throughout the day.
Monday we’re dry, but we start off cold in the teens. Kids heading back to school will need to bundle up. Monday afternoon we’re once again above freezing in the mid 30s.
The 40s return Tuesday, and by Wednesday we’re tracking warmer temps with a good chance of rain.