By Jack Donnelly, meteorologist
A rain/snow mix will give way to mostly rain through
the day and then changing back to light snow later in the evening as the center
of low pressure moves east and cooler air is dragged into the area.
Temperatures will have risen through the night to the upper 30’s and will hover
there through Monday afternoon, teasing the 40 mark for a while before the
cooler air moves in. We’re looking at a mix to begin around 4 pm and a full
changeover between 6 and 7pm as low temperatures fall to the low 30’s upper
20’s with north-northeasterly winds continue in the 20’s and gusting towards 30
mph. Light snow continues into Tuesday, but he intensity will be light, so only
another inch or two accumulation is expected.