MONDAY: Areas of patchy fog are possible this morning as well as some light snow. A rather weak disturbance is rolling through this morning with enough moisture that a dusting could be possible in some spots. That, along with potentially freezing fog and yesterday's melting snow running off and refreezing in some locations could lead to a slick spot or two this morning so keep that in mind. Highs reach into the middle 30s this afternoon as the snow tapers off.
TONIGHT: Quiet overnight with lows falling back into the mid to upper 20s under mostly cloudy skies.
EXTENDED: We're tracking another chance at some snowflakes centered around Tuesday night. Our southern counties look to see the best chance at any accumulations, but we have some question as to how far north that will make it. That looks to interrupt an otherwise quiet week ahead. We'll try to shake the cloud cover seemingly every day this week, but temperatures will slowly warm into the low to mid 40s by Friday.