Clouds will thicken Sunday night and give way to rain showers that will gradually transition to snow showers as a strong cold front moves in. Little to no accumulation is expected as snowfall will be under an inch.
Overnight lows will drop into the middle 20s and feel more like the teens courtesy of a northerly breeze.
Monday will be much colder and dry with highs struggling to reach the lower 40s. Although the thermometer may reach 42 degrees during the afternoon, the wind chill will remain in the 30s all day. The cold air will be short lived with a warming trend expected for the rest of the week.
Temperatures will be at or above average Wednesday into next weekend.
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