Sunny skies start the workweek

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COLD WEATHER HAS RETURNED: Monday, we get stuck with highs in the mid 30s despite all the sunshine.  These highs come in a few degrees below average and a far cry from Sunday’s highs in the upper 50s!  The wind finally ends in the evening.  On Tuesday, we’ll have highs back in the mid 30s with cloudy skies.

3-Day Forecast - PM CSV

TRACKING SNOW SHOWERS: After noon on Tuesday, snow showers will cross from west to east.  Traditionally, snow showers bring a coating or a bit more than a coating.  We’ll talk snow totals on Monday, but don’t expect much snow at all.  Still, the first snow of the seasonal, albeit it very minimal, usually causes slick conditions.

DMA RPM Futurecast AM 36-72hr

EVEN COLDER MIDWEEK: The snow showers come with a cold front that knocks us back to highs in the 20s on Wednesday and to highs near freezing on Thursday.  Then, temperatures rise to the upper 30s to low 40s to wrap up the week.  Look for a few flurries on Thursday and showers on Saturday.

7-Day Forecast - PM CSV

-Meteorologist Drew Anderson

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