Messy Monday Makes Way for Sunny End
Very little accumulation expected
After snow covered the ground on Saturday night the start to this week looks to bring more frozen precipitation to our area but not enough to stick to the roads or the grass.
The National Weather Service is predicting a mix of rain and snow before 4 p.m. today before shifting to a frozen concoction of snow and sleet until around 5 p.m. The mixture is then expected to shift back to rain and snow heading into the evening hours and all rain at night.
Today's high temperature will only be around 38 degrees according to the weather service and the low of 37 will not feel much cooler. The forecast for Tuesday calls for more showers early in the morning before the sun pushes through the clouds for a high near 48 degrees.
Tuesday night will be considerably colder with a low expected near 29 degrees. Rain could return on Wednesday on an otherwise warm day with sun and a high near 47. When the sun sets Wednesday night the temperature will dip again with a low of 27.
The forecast for the end of the week looks brighter with sun and a high of 41 on Thursday with a low of 27 at night. Friday will be much of the same with a high of 43 during the day and a low of 29 at night heading into the weekend.