After a snowy and dreary weekend, sunshine and warmer temperatures are set to return for much of this week.
Overnight, fog is possible. Keep an eye on the roads because this fog could create some slicks spots for the Monday morning drive into work. Right now, a Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for some of our counties out west. I wouldn’t be surprised if additional counties are added overnight.
Temps tonight will drop below freezing in the 20s. But, due to the cloud cover, it won’t be a free-fall.
Clouds will greet us early Monday and eventually reveal sunshine through the day. With a west/southwesterly wind, this will favor warmer conditions to kick off the work week.
Temperatures stay mild for the majority of the work week with highs in the 40s and 50s. It will be cooler in areas that saw more snow earlier this weekend. And we probably won’t see a drastic drop in snow depth for these areas until week’s end.
Speaking of later this week, we are keeping a close eye on an approaching storm system for Friday and Saturday. Models aren’t in agreement at this time when it comes to the storm’s track and where the majority of the snow falls. Please keep this in mind for travel around the region later this week. We will continue to keep you updated as the storm approaches.
-Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman