Weather Now: Not as Cold Sunday; Dry President’s Day, Rain Tuesday

Weather

Today will be much milder than Saturday with more clouds than sun. Highs should be able to make it into the mid 40s for most locations.

Skies will clear overnight into Monday behind a cold front. Monday (also President’s Day) looks like a great day with mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will be a little colder than Sunday but the sunny skies should make it a nice winter day.

RAIN FOR TUESDAY

The only rainy day this week looks to be on Tuesday. It’s a close call, but the Tuesday morning commute may stay dry. By late Tuesday morning into the afternoon, rain showers will move into our area. It could start as snow or a wintry mix northwest of 295 but this will fall as mostly rain and we are not expecting any snow accumulation.

Rain will fall off/on for most of the afternoon into the night, but the showers should move out Tuesday overnight into early Wednesday morning. The 2nd half of the week looks dry but cold with highs around freezing and lows in the 20s and teens. If we can’t get natural snow for the skiers at least this is good weather for snow-making

-Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo and Pete Mangione

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