Good morning, and happy Monday! Starting temperatures today are in the teens and 20s. Sunshine is in store today, but it won’t get very warm. Highs will make it into the middle and upper 30s, and we’ll see a bit of a breeze from the north. Clouds will arrive tonight with lows in the 20s. Tuesday will prove to be an interesting day as our next storm system arrives. Moisture will quickly arrive from the south and intense lift will develop for a time. Initially a layer of above-freezing air will be present, but the lift and rapid development of precipitation will cool this to below freezing for a period of perhaps a few hours. Then the south wind will bring the temperature back above freezing aloft. This will mean a band of moderate to heavy snow for a time in the initial phase of the storm, then a transition to a mix of sleet and perhaps a pocket or two of freezing rain. Temperatures at the ground level will be above freezing for much of the event, perhaps cooling to around freezing. Given the intensity of the precipitation a quick couple of inches is possible in spots before we switch from snow to something else. This will be the messiest weather of the week, with a warming trend once that system leaves. We’ll be in the 40s at least Thursday and Friday. The next storm system will be much warmer one and is set to arrive on Saturday. Thunderstorms are possible with highs around 60°!