TONIGHT: We will expect to have calm conditions tonight with mostly clear skies. There should only be a slim chance of getting some patchy fog for a limited time in the early morning and overnight hours for the valleys. Winds will be pretty calm. Low temperatures will get down to the single digits and 10's.
TOMORROW: Mostly sunny conditions will be present throughout the day tomorrow with no chances of getting any snow. Winds will have little breezes between 5-10 mph. High temperatures will slightly increase into the 30's and 40's.
LONG TERM: The snow showers return on Monday, specifically Monday night and will look to continue until Tuesday midday. Isolated, stray snow showers can still linger through the rest of the day Tuesday and possibly into Wednesday. Accumulations look to be around an inch in the valleys with the mountains getting 2 to 4 inches. We should dry up for the rest of the week before the next snow system looks to come on Sunday and Monday of next week. Winds could get very breezy on Tuesday following the cold front, but are expected to be calm for the rest of the long term. High's stay in the 30's and 40's for Monday before decreasing about 10 degrees into Tuesday with high's back to the 20's and 30's. High temperatures slightly rebound into next weekend getting back into the 30's and 40's.