Say it ins't...snow? Unfortunately yes, that's just what we will see for Monday.
Winter Weather Advisories and even Winter Storm Warnings have already been posted just to our north.
At this time, the heaviest snow looks like it will narrowly miss the area just to the north, with only a dusting to perhaps an inch of accumulation anticipated here. The mixed bag of precipitation will start early Monday morning and then end by early afternoon. A few extra minutes for any travel tomorrow morning should be anticipated as roads may become slick.
The good news is with the sun getting stronger each day and ground/surface temperatures increasing, any snow that does fall will be on the ground for a very short period of time. Ho-ray!
Gusty winds out of the east will also continue through the day on Monday. Expect highs right around 36 degrees.
For Monday Night we'll keep the clouds around but decrease the winds ahead of our next weather system for Tuesday. Low temperatures expected to be near 26 degrees.
Tuesday features warmer conditions with periods of rain likely, and perhaps even a rumble of thunder or two! Something we have not seen a lot of lately! In fact, we could receive up to 0.25 - 0.50 inches of "liquid gold" by the time the storm exits the area late Tuesday. Something I'm sure many farmers will be happy to see!
Have a great Monday!