Monday: The above-average temperatures we saw over the weekend will hang on for one more day before a much colder air mass settles in for much of the week. We should be looking at clear skies and plenty of sunshine Monday with an afternoon high pushing to near 30 degrees. Winds will still be a bit breezy with gusts up to 20 mph out of the southwest, but they will not be nearly as gusty and strong as Sunday.
Monday night: A weak system passing to our north tonight will bring mostly cloudy skies and a chance of a few snow flurries with an overnight low near 12 degrees.
Tuesday: After a chance of a stray flurry Tuesday morning, mostly cloudy skies will stick around with temperatures dropping from the teens into the single digits by the afternoon as arctic air begins to move in.
The colder blast of air lingers into Tuesday night and Wednesday before a system brings a chance of light accumulating snowfall Wednesday night into Thursday along with slightly milder temperatures.