Clouds increase Sunday, snow chances continue

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Another storm system passes to the south, just brushing the area with light snow.






There will be a sharp cut off in snow accumulations across the region Sunday night into Monday morning.

Skies stay mostly clear through the evening hours, but they’ll build back late tonight. Skies become partly cloudy, with lows falling into the middle to upper 20s. A developing area of low pressure gradually increases clouds Sunday. It’s a colder day with highs in the middle to upper 30s. Sunday night into early Monday, the storm tracks to our south. It’s either going to be enough to just brush our southern counties along the border with light snow, or just miss. Accumulations, if any, will be on the order of a coating to two inches. The system exits by Monday afternoon, with increasing sunshine. Afternoon highs reach the lower 30s.




More by way of sunshine is expected for Tuesday with milder temperatures too. Highs reach the lower 40s. Our next system arrives Wednesday bringing the chance for rain showers during the afternoon. High temperatures reach the 40s once again.




Spring arrives Thursday, and it will feel like it! There’s plenty of sunshine with highs near 50 degrees. Temperatures remain in the 50s Friday, but clouds begin to increase. Another system brings a chance for showers on Saturday.



Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

-Andrea Michaels

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