A few snowflakes to wrap up the weekend; all eyes on Tuesday's wintry weather

NOW: A few snowflakes to wrap up the weekend; all eyes on Tuesday’s wintry weather

Snow showers linger into this morning but will start to clear out before the second half of the day, most snowflakes will wrap up in the late morning with cloudy skies throughout the afternoon. Totals should stay less than an inch when all is said and done, temperatures near 36 this afternoon will melt any accumulation on grassy and cold surfaces. Skies stay dry but cloudy into tonight with the quiet weather lasting into tomorrow, Monday brings highs near 37.

The main focus of the forecast is still on a winter storm heading our way Tuesday. Snow showers start up late Monday night into Tuesday morning, turning to wintry mix/rain by the afternoon. The Tuesday morning commute could be tricky with slick spots on roads on top of snow that will be actively falling. With highs in the upper 30's Tuesday - possibly nearing 40 for some - rain will take over the afternoon before turning back over to snow showers Tuesday night/Wednesday morning. The biggest question still lies in when the switch from snow to rain back to snow will happen, and consequently, how much accumulation we'd expect to see. Models are consistently trending toward the low-pressure system lifting further north, making a wetter solution more likely.

Snow showers linger into Wednesday morning with snow chances lasting on and off into the weekend, temperatures fall significantly through the end of the 10-day forecast.

Today: AM snow showers, then overcast. High 36.
Tonight: Cloudy. Low 27.
Monday: Cloudy. High 37.
Tuesday: Rain/snow. High 38.

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