We catch about a day and a half break before our next storm system arrives. Abundant sunshine is expected by this afternoon in the wake of the system that brought a minor dose of wintry precipitation before sunrise. Temperatures will be running slightly below normal with highs in the upper 40s and lower 50s.
Warm air advection sets up tomorrow and that means a big time warm up for us with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s ahead of our next storm system.
The next system is a clipper system and will be fast moving as it dives southeastward from the Upper Midwest over the next couple of days.
Increasing clouds tomorrow as the system approaches and a few showers will be possible along the cold front during the evening and overnight hours.
Behind the front, colder air filters in and it may cause any left over precipitation to briefly mix with wet snow. No worries, it won't stick if it even happens.
Fairly quiet weather is in store this week with our coldest day on Monday in the 40s and then back in the 50s through Friday for highs.
Have a lovely weekend,
Jill Gilardi Fox 6 Meteorologist