Tuesday will be even colder and breezy with temperatures struggling to make it above freezing.
While not as widespread as they were on Monday evening, scattered snow showers will continue overnight. However, a few lake effect snow showers can not be ruled out in the Primary Snow Belt Thursday and Friday. We'll have a shot at showers both days, but there should also be some sun. The light snow should come to an end early today followed by partly sunny skies, breezy conditions, and occasional snow showers as the storm pulls away up into New England.
We're under a freeze warning this morning with temperatures starting off in the 30s.
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Tonight: Partly cloudy with lingering breezes as temperatures drop into the mid-20s in the outer suburbs to low to mid-30s in the city. Up to an inch and a half of rain will be possible in the valley during that time, and twice that will be possible in the mountains. While we'll see a mostly sunny start to the day, pack the rain gear as rain looks to return through the afternoon hours. The low will be near 28. High temperatures are expected to be very warm.
We begin to warm on Thursday as high pressures moves to our east and winds become more southerly.
Same story for Wednesday - scattered snow showers all through the day. Presuming you made the switch, you then enjoyed the first of many post-7 p.m. sunsets Sunday night.