Monday's snow-maker looking less impressive

NOW: Monday’s snow-maker looking less impressive




Saturday, December 14th, 2019

Cloudy skies will dominate through Monday with little in the way of sunshine. A few sprinkles, patchy drizzle and flurries are possible Saturday afternoon and evening, but no impacts are expected. Highs will reach the lower 40s.

Sunday is dry before snow returns to the forecast Sunday night and Monday. The heaviest of the snowfall is likely to stay to our south, but a general 1-3" of snow is possible over the course of that time period, especially the farther south you are. The snow won't be heavy, and it won't snow constantly between Sunday night and Monday evening, but some light snow showers are expected.

Things dry out by Tuesday morning, giving way to a very quiet stretch of weather. After temperatures fall into the 20s next Wednesday, they recover well into the 30s -- and perhaps lower 40s -- by Thursday and beyond. 


Today: Cloudy. A few sprinkles or patchy drizzle. High of 41.

Tonight: Mainly cloudy. A flurry or two. Low of 24.

Sunday: Mostly cloudy. High of 30.

Monday: Cloudy with light snow showers. High of 33.

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