There will be a few snow showers possibly mixed with some drizzle overnight with a few of these snow showers lingering into Wednesday evening but little if any snow accumulation is expected; however any wet surfaces could turn icy with temperatures dipping below freezing overnight and staying near freezing Wednesday. Thursday remains chilly with some sun around and through the clouds, but after another cold morning Friday temperatures should climb well above average by afternoon under a mostly sunny sky. The mild temperatures continue Saturday as clouds thicken and rain develops during the afternoon. The rain lingers into Sunday as temperatures begin to cool off, ending as snow showers Sunday night and Monday.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, blustery, a few snow showers mixed with some drizzle, little if any snow accumulation but some icy spots possible, low 28.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, blustery, stray snow showers especially late, high 34.
Thursday: Clouds mixing with sun, low 21, high 37.
Friday: Mostly sunny, becoming breezy afternoon, low 23, high 53.
Saturday: Some early sun, becoming mostly cloudy, windy, rain showers developing afternoon and continuing at night, low 35, high 53.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, becoming breezy, rain showers especially morning, temperatures nearly steady in the low 40s through midday then slowly falling into the 30s late.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, blustery, snow showers, low 27, high 35.
Tuesday: Clouds and sun, a bit blustery with isolated flurries morning, low 20, high 35.
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