Rain and fog will develop in our southern counties this evening and spread north through the night. Monday will be windy, wet and cooler as an area of low pressure passes by to our south and east. Any lingering sprinkles and flurries should wind down Tuesday morning, with more rain showers by Wednesday afternoon as we warm up again. Temperatures head back down Thursday with the rain showers mixing with snow, with blustery and cold conditions along with snow showers sticking around into next weekend.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, becoming breezy, rain and fog developing south to north especially late, low 46.
Monday: Cloudy, windy, rain, fog, early midnight high 50, daytime temperatures steady or falling through the 40s to a late midnight low 37.
Tuesday: Clouds with some afternoon sun, breezy, a few sprinkles and flurries especially morning, low 35, high 41.
Wednesday: Clouds and sun, breezy, a few mainly afternoon rain showers, mixing with snow at night, low 35, high 56.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, blustery, rain and snow showers especially afternoon to all snow showers at night, early midnight high 43, daytime mainly in the 30s falling to a late midnight low 33.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, blustery, snow showers possibly mixed with rain, low 29, high 37.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, blustery, snow showers, low 25, high 33.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, blustery, snow showers, low 22, high 33.
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