Good morning. Bundle up for another cold start to the day, with clear skies, temperatures in the ‘teens and 20s and wind chills dipping to the single digits at times.
The cold air and gusty winds will gradually ease through the day, making for a more comfortable feel this afternoon. Highs will reach the mid to upper 30s, and wind chills will be in the twenties with northwest winds 5-15 mph and gusts to 20 mph.
It stay dry overnight with partly cloudy skies. It will be seasonably cold, but with lighter winds than the last few nights. Look for lows to fall to 20-25.
Looking ahead, we have the chance for some snow showers by late day Tuesday as a storm system passes (mainly) to our south.
Snow is expected to move into our area after 2PM, and continue overnight.
Any accumulations look minor, with a coating to two inches of snow possible for our area by Wednesday morning and that could lead to some slippery spots for the AM commute. Lingering snow and rain showers are possible through the day Wednesday.
We’re also keeping an eye on Thursday as another larger storm passes to our south. Right now, it still looks too far off-shore to have much impact on our area. Look for mostly cloudy skies, gusty winds and the chance for some ocean-effect snow or rain showers.