The snow that blanketed our area on Sunday is not likely to be the last precipitation we see this week and may not be the only snow during a cold stretch of days.
Rain is expected to fall until around 2 p.m. with a high of 48 degrees. The high today is the warmest we are expected to see all week before dropping to a low near 32 tonight on a mostly cloudy night.
Depending on where the mercury winds up on Tuesday we could see a mix of rain and snow according to the National Weather Service. Any rain or snow is expected to fall after 10 a.m. on a day with a high near 37 degrees. The forecast calls for less than one tenth of an inch of accumulation if any.
Tuesday night is expected to be partly cloudy with a low near 24 degrees before rising to a high near 37 on Wednesday. Wednesday night looks to be a cold one with a low around 21 under a mostly clear sky. Thursday’s high will only be around 33 degrees before dropping down near 19 at night.
Heading into the weekend the high temperature is expected to be near 36 degrees on a sunny day before a partly cloudy night with a low of 24 degrees. The chance of showers returns on Saturday with a potential mix of rain and snow and a high of just 36 degrees before a low of 28 at night.