Most of today will be dry, but we may see a few flurries early in the day before we return to partly sunny skies and highs again in the single digits.
A switch in the pattern brings in a more southwest flow on Tuesday and a rise in temperatures. We’ll rise to the teens in the afternoon, the 20s during the evening and the 30s by early Wednesday morning. This change will also bring more clouds and more moisture. Temperatures will hover just above and below freezing through the end of the week, so there will be more chances of precipitation. Rain mixing with some ice and snow will be possible. Wednesday and Thursday look to be the heaviest, but by Friday it becomes a little colder and more light snow will start to mix in.