PM Update: Next storm arrives late tomorrow
Quiet & chilly through Tues. afternoon; then a wintry mix?
A fair amount of cloudiness has helped keep temperatures from rising too far today, but a south wind and diminishing snowpack has allowed it to warm a bit. Most spots are reaching highs from near 40 into the mid-40s this afternoon, still a good 5 to 10 degrees below normal for the date. Things remain quiet and chilly through much of the day tomorrow before the next storm arrives.
Through Tonight: A few breaks in the clouds are possible, so I'll call it partly to mostly cloudy. Lows are probably a smidge warmer than recent but still cold with a range from the mid-20s to around freezing.
Tomorrow (Tuesday): Some early breaks in the clouds should fill in as the day progresses as another storm moves toward us. Most of the day should be dry, but some mixed precipitation will be arriving by evening. Highs range from 40 to 45 most spots.
Tomorrow Night: Things get interesting as the storm arrives into cold air over the region. We may start with a mix of snow, ice and/or rain before much of the area goes over to plain (at times moderate to heavy) rain overnight. Patchy light-to-moderate icing is possible over the northern and western suburbs, but the main threat should be at higher elevations well north and west of the metro area. Lows near freezing to the mid-30s.
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