Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton
Snow showers and flurries are coming to an end and clouds are beginning to break, but colder air will be around for the overnight hours. The "warmest" spots will get down to around 10 while some spots will be in the middle or even lower single digits.
A small area of high pressure will be around for Monday, and temperatures will reach into the 30s with the possibility of 40 in a few communities. Clouds will increase late Monday ahead of the next disturbance that will bring a little bit of everything for Tuesday: freezing rain, snow showers, and rain showers.
Behind that disturbance cooler air will move in out of the northwest for Wednesday. There is a chance of flurries or sprinkles, but the wind will be a little strong at times as well.