We will finally get a break from all the snowy weather today as that thing in the sky that we call sunshine appears for all. Mostly sunny skies will be the pick with highs in the 40s through the afternoon and a slight chance of an isolated shower. Today will be a break, but it will be short lived. Another wave of low pressure swings through overnight and into Tuesday morning as we begin with rain showers and finish with snow showers. The snow threat will be for Tuesday night and into Wednesday.
Starting Thursday we will be on a warming pattern as we will not see a storm system until next week! This pattern will drive our temperatures up as we will be in the 50s and 60s with sunny skies moving into the weekend!
Meteorologist Micah Harris
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