A few flurries possible Monday night
MONDAY 5 PM
The final round of the latest winter storm will move through tonight. Some areas could see some brief changeover to mixed precipitation or snow. No significant accumulation is expected.
MONDAY NIGHT - Showers will develop once again this evening. In the hours after sunset, temperatures will remain warm enough for the showers to be in the form of rain. As temperatures drop later in the evening, it's possible some snow could mix in with the rain. However, it will still be relatively warm at the surface so no accumulation is expected for most areas. If the system over performs, some elevated surfaces could see a light dusting overnight, especially for areas inland.
TUESDAY MORNING - Any precipitation should end early enough to give roads time to dry before temperatures reach near freezing at daybreak. Black ice shouldn't be a concern for the morning commute. Skies will be mostly cloudy to start and begin to clear through the morning.
TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND BEYOND - More sunshine Tuesday afternoon will help temperatures warm to near 50. The warm up continues through the week, topping out in the 60s by Thursday and Friday. Clouds increase ahead of our next storm system Wednesday and Thursday. More showers will move in for Friday and some could linger into Saturday before we dry out again for Sunday.