We’ll still have a bit of snow and flurries early tonight. Clouds will linger for a good portion of the night, but some clearing is possible toward dawn. Low temperatures tonight will be in the teens. Some of the coldest spots North of I 80, where it will clear out faster, will drop into the single digits. At least there won’t be much in the way of wind tonight.
There may still be a few clouds around early Monday, then the rest of the day will be partly to mostly sunny and seasonably chilly. High temperatures on Monday will be in the 30s. Tuesday will feature a mix of clouds and sunshine with high temperatures in the lower to middle 30s. A weak disturbance will probably bring us more clouds then sunshine on Wednesday with just the chance of some flurries. High temperatures on Wednesday will be in the lower to middle 30s. Thursday will also feature a mix of clouds and sunshine, but by the end of the day the clouds will start to win out. It will be colder on Wednesday with highs in the 20s to near 30 degrees. A period of snow is possible Thursday night on into Friday, especially early in the day on Friday. The rest of Friday will feature variable cloudiness with some flurries and high temperatures in the lower thirties. There is another potential for a storm system the bring us some snow later Saturday into Sunday. Will have a better feel on that as we head through the week, but it will be cold over the weekend.