PM Update: Chance of snow showers tonight
Temperatures trend warmer as the week goes on
As we finish out another cold day with highs mainly in the mid-30s, clouds have moved in as another Alberta Clipper begins to affect the area. Much like the clipper that brought only a dusting to a couple inches of snow late last week, this storm does not have much moisture to work with, and this time it looks like any accumulation potential would be even less. Still, some spots may see the ground whitened overnight.
Through Tonight: It's cloudy through the overnight with a chance of a flurry or two this afternoon into evening, and then a chance of snow showers centered on late evening through early morning. While some spots may miss out entirely, others may see a dusting to around a half-inch from the snow showers. Temperatures bottom out in the low-to-mid 20s.
Tomorrow (Tuesday): Clouds may still be around early but skies clear to at least partly sunny as the day progresses. Highs look to reach the mid-30s. A 10-15 mph breeze from the northwest, with occasionally higher gusts, will probably keep wind chills from getting out of the 20s.
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