Clouds will build Monday and flurries could begin Tuesday
WEATHER STORY: After a sunny weekend, things will change on Monday. A high will leave and a low will approach. That will increase clouds. Those clouds on Tuesday will begin a slow build-up of flurry chances. The conclusion will come Friday in the form of a rain and snow mix that may try to accumulate between the range of 1-3″. Next weekend should go back to sunny and mild.
SUNDAY NIGHT: The sky will try to stay partly cloudy due to the lingering effects of a high pressure system. Low temperatures should be between 10-15 for most towns. The wind will be N 5-10 mph.
MONDAY: The sky will become cloudier as the day goes on. The afternoon high will go towards 35 which is about five degrees cooler than normal but drastically so. The wind will be N 5-10 mph.
TUESDAY: The sky will be partly sunny with a 20% chance for flurries. The morning low will be 10. The afternoon high will be near 28. The wind will be W 5-15 mph.
COMING UP: The slowly approaching low from Wyoming will get here on Tuesday with a snow shower chance going through Thursday. Warmer air pulling up from the south into that system will make for rain and snow mixes on Friday. Some models are hinting at 1-3″ of slushy accumulation.
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