TODAY: Tuesday is starting warm and dry, with southwest winds pushing temperatures into the low-to-mid 40s despite partly to mostly cloudy skies. Clouds should thicken through the day, after a chance at some breaks in clouds this morning.
TONIGHT: Temperatures will fall this evening, as rain moves in from the south. Today is a Weather Alert Day, as this will quickly transition to snow as temperatures fall into the mid-30s through the late evening.
EXTENDED: Everyone will likely wake up to snow accumulations on Wednesday morning as the storm will bring snow all night, and likely through most if not all of Wednesday morning. Snow will begin to wrap up by Wednesday afternoon and evening, and temperatures climb just above freezing. For more on this, read our latest Insider Blog. Whatever melts on Wednesday, will refreeze overnight into Thursday. Thursday afternoon, we may not get back above freezing, meaning whatever freezes will stay that way until Friday. Friday brings more warmth, with highs reaching mid-40s. A clipper will quickly pass north of us on Friday evening, creating a slim chance at a shower/flurry north of I-70, but overall our next chance of precipitation holds off until Saturday. Saturday night into Sunday brings a chance for a rain/snow mix with a low pressure system moving in from the southwest. Temperatures look like they may lean cold into early next week, with highs in the 20s currently the forecast for Monday.