Winds will gradually shift out of the southwest helping to warm us up into the 20s by Wednesday. There is a chance of scattered flurries in the afternoon with a dusting possible in isolated spots.
Light snow is likely Thursday night into Friday morning. This could put an end to our 1" snowless streak which stands at 333 days, but no major accumulation is expected.
Much more seasonal like weather returns Friday through the weekend with a chance of rain/snow mix Sunday night into Monday.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy and warmer. Scattered flurries. Highs: 20-25 Lows: 10-15
Thursday: Partly cloudy with light snow by midnight. Highs: 25-30 Lows: 15-20
Friday: Partly sunny with a few flurries early: Highs: 25-30 Lows: 10-15
Saturday: Mostly sunny and seasonal. Highs: 20-25 Lows: 5-10
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with rain and snow likely late. Much warmer. Highs: 30-35 Lows: 23-28
Monday: Cloudy with a chance of showers early. Highs: 35-40 Lows: 25-30
Tuesday: Partly sunny and mild. Highs: 40-45 Lows: 30-35