The cold rain ends look for mostly cloudy conditions overnight. Monday will be dry with a some breaks in the clouds for some sun by the afternoon. The next system arrives on Tuesday with a possibility of freezing rain early morning turning to rain then to a rain/snow mix in the evening before ending. We will stay mostly dry Wednesday, but not for long as snow is on the way to end the week. Thursday will be cold enough to support mainly snow showers in the forecast and will continue into Friday with windy conditions. Cold air sticks in place for the weekend with highs in the 30s and a chance of a few flurries Saturday morning, and a wintry mix Sunday evening.
Tonight: Rain ending, mostly cloudy, low 35.
Monday: Clouds with some breaks for sun in the afternoon, high 43.
Tuesday: Cloudy, breezy with freezing rain possible early morning turning to a cold rain, then a chance of a wintry mix in the evening, low 33, high 43.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, isolated sprinkle/flurry, low 35, high 41.
Thursday: Cloudy, windy, snow, low 30, high 35.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, windy, with snow showers, low 18, high 28.
Saturday: AM Clouds and flurries, cold, low 16, high 30.
Sunday: Some sun early to clouds with a chance of a wintry mix later in the afternoon, low 20, high 37.
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