We are locked in this weather pattern for a few more days. Light snow and flurries will continue to move through overnight, all ahead of a new Clipper. That next Clipper is coming our way later Monday into early Tuesday with another round of light snow, that will put down a small accumulation. It will remain chilly during this time, with highs only in the 30s.
Some flurries are also possible into early Wednesday as yet another, weaker Clipper passes farther to the north. That will get out of here for Wednesday afternoon, allowing temperatures to climb closer to 40 degrees. Our break will carry through Thursday, providing some sunshine around here with temperatures closer to or maybe above the average of 42 degrees.
A new storm will move our way Friday. This one will be different, though. It will be coming up from the south, bringing more moisture but also warmer air. So there still may be some winter weather involved, mixing with rain as temperatures climb to the upper 40s.