A weak disturbance will push inland this evening and bring spotty showers to our region tonight and tomorrow. Temperatures still remain cool, and snow levels are dropping to about 1,500′ along the Coast and in the valleys after midnight. I don’t believe frost is going to be a concern into Monday morning with the cloud cover present. Temperatures will dip into the low 30’s in some places, however they will not remain here long enough for frost to develop. A quick snow shower, on the other hand, is certainly possible. The best chances for morning frost is going to be Tuesday morning and Wednesday morning.
Winds will stay breezy out of the northwest through Monday. On Tuesday a slight chance for showers will slowly diminish as high pressure builds back into our region. This will bring clearing skies and finally warm up surface temperatures. A gradual warming trend will continue into the end of the week. A weak disturbance could move South just before the weekend, but the weather models just started showing this system, and it’s possible this changes into the next several days.
Enjoy your week & thanks for logging on!