Sunday: Mostly cloudy skies. Winds: WSW 4-8 mph, High: 39 (35-42)
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy with a few flurries possible late. Winds: Light WNW, Low: 23 (20-26)
Monday: Mostly cloudy skies. High: 36, Low: 24
Clouds aren't going to be going anywhere the next couple of days, though we do stay dry. A continued warming trend will push us all the way into the upper 30's and possibly even lower 40's Sunday. After another weak disturbance with a chance for a few flurries Sunday night, temperatures drop back a bit Monday into the middle 30's. There's only one major storm system to watch for next week, and it arrives Monday night into Tuesday. This will pass west of us, meaning we'll be on the warm side of this storm for the most part. However, colder air just below freezing will still be at the surface when precipitation likely starts late Monday night. This means we'll see a brief window of snow, and even some areas of freezing rain, into Tuesday morning. Overall snow and ice accumulations won't be major, likely below a few inches of snow and just a glaze of ice. Even still, expect a messy morning commute on Tuesday.
As mentioned before, this mess changes to all rain after the mid-morning Tuesday, and then tapers overnight. Another massive high pressure from Canada drops south for the rest of the week, dropping our temperatures Wednesday and Thursday. With highs in the 20's and lows in the teens with northwest flow, we'll have lingering clouds and a chance for lake effect snow showers both days. As this high slides east, temperatures rebound and skies clear heading into next weekend.