Snow flurries will fall from the sky this week, as temperatures drop into the low 20s.
Storm Center 7 meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs says winds will die down tonight with decreasing cloud cover. Temperatures will fall through the 40s, then into the lower 30s overnight.
As you go back to work, skies will be mostly cloudy and the climate chilly again. Rain showers will hit in the early evening but change to snow in the overnight.
"Accumulations will be minimal by Tuesday morning," Vrydaghs said. "Roads will likely remain clear, but grassy surfaces and on top of cars may have a nice coating."
Snow showers are expected to end before or around sunrise on Tuesday but temperatures that day will be very cold.
We will start in the 20s, according to Vrydaghs, with wind chills in the teens. "By far the coldest we have been, and felt, so far this season," she said.
Highs will be in the mid-30s on Tuesday.