Dry and quiet start to the week

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Breezy winds make temperatures feel like the 20s on Monday.






More seasonable air is expected to begin the week.

Skies gradually dry out through the evening hours as a weak system passes through. The clouds stick around through the night, and the breezes kick up. Overnight lows fall into the upper 20s to lower 30s, but the winds make it feel much colder at times. A quiet and seasonable stretch is in store for our region through the first half of the week. Monday temperatures are in the middle to upper 30s under partly sunny skies. The clouds thicken up as a weak clipper system approaches Tuesday. This brings the chance for some snow showers through Wednesday. Accumulations, if any, will be spotty and under an inch. Wednesday afternoon remains mostly cloudy with seasonable temperatures.




Another nudge of colder air slips into the region Thursday. With mostly cloudy skies, highs only reach the lower to middle 30s. Expect more of the same for Friday. The only difference is a little more sunshine peeks through for the area.




The clouds are still around Saturday as well. There is some discrepancy among models, but it does appear another weak clipper tries to brush our region with light snow showers. Temperatures stay below averages leading into the weekend, with readings in the upper 20s to lower 30s. As for Sunday, it looks sunnier once the clipper passes through.



Have a great week!

-Andrea Michaels




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