Good evening! Hope everyone enjoyed the holiday weekend!
Dry and cold conditions will continue for the rest of the overnight and for much of Monday. Lows tonight will drop into the low and mid 20s under clear skies. It’ll be windy as well with winds out of the northwest between 10 and 15 mph. Gusts up to 30 mph are possible, so bundle up if you’re planning on being out tonight!
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We’ll start off our Monday with clear skies and cold temperatures. Bundle up before you plan to head out. Good news is, the weather will be quiet so no weather impacts on travel are expected.
Clouds will increase for later in the day and especially towards the evening hours ahead of our next system.
As we head into very late Monday night and early Tuesday morning, a round of some wintry weather is possible. A light wintry mix featuring snow, sleet, and freezing rain will move through during the overnight hours. It could lead to a few slick roads for early Tuesday morning, but overall this is not a major storm.
A better chance of seeing a widespread rain will arrive for mid-week. This could start out as a little bit of wintry weather before changing to plain rain.
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