A cold front is moving through Sunday night with a line of snow showers. It’s a fast-mover, but could be leaving a quick coating on lawns and cars before moving on. Roads are a different story. If the burst of snow does lay, it could briefly make the roads slick– but the roads have been very warm lately. This front will also kick up the winds. When the front passes through, winds could gust over 40 mph. Even when the front heads out to sea, the winds will turn around to the northwest and stay up between 15-25 mph.
Cooler air will follow this front for the start of the work week. However, we will still be above the average of 42 degrees, topping out around 44 degrees. Sunshine will mix with rounds of clouds Monday as a new front swings through. This is a warm front instead. When it clears us Tuesday, it will bring in a new and even warmer air mass. Highs will likely be in the 60s both Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. That is about 20 degrees above average!
Another cold front could bring some showers through Wednesday and Thursday. This front will change up our weather pattern for the weekend. It’s still a week out, but it looks like colder air is returning. A huge trough will carve out over the Eastern U.S., draining Arctic air down to us. This kind of weather pattern also spins up more storms– something we will watch closely as we move through the week.