Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton
A slight change for Sunday as snow on the roads will be a small concern alongside temperatures a few degrees below seasonal averages. Temps will be in the mid and upper teens across the region in the morning, and they'll get into the 20s by afternoon. The wind will increase a little in the afternoon, so wind chill will be a factor, mainly along the ridges. New snowfall does not appear to be a big concern, but there could be snow showers in the afternoon and evening.
We'll have a brief break Monday before another round of light snow arrives for the evening and overnight hours. The snow will taper off early Tuesday, leaving some flurries and possible breaks in the clouds.
A small disturbance will move through early Wednesday, bringing some snow for the morning commute, but it looks dry for the afternoon and into Thursday, which will be the dry days this week as temperatures get above freezing both days.