A cold front moved through the area last night and that brought us some showers that mixed with and changed to some snowflakes in the higher elevations with some locations seeing around an inch of snow. It was a cold start to the day as our low temperatures were in the 30s. Then throughout the day an northwesterly wind helped keep clouds around the area especially along and west of Route 219. The wind also helped it to be a feel much colder. High temperatures were in the upper 30s and lower 40s to the north and west and in the middle 40s along and east of I-99. High pressure will build in for tonight and this will bring us a mostly clear sky with our low temperatures falling into the upper 20s and the lower 30s. Then for Monday we will have plenty of sunshine and there can be a few showers on Tuesday. Then to end out the week it will be cool with a fair amount of sunshine.