Tonight clear skies will allow for cold temperatures at the surface, dropping temperatures to 27 degrees through the overnight. Winds will stay out of the north at 5-8 mph which will continue to usher in cold northern air through the evening. After midnight expect winds to shift out of the east where they will stay for your Monday. Easterly winds will allow for slightly warmer air. In addition, expect clear skies to remain with plenty of sunshine taking afternoon highs to the mid 50s. Our next frontal system will move in late Monday evening which will offer rain by dinner to our western counties and then spread eastward. A quarter of an inch expected through Monday overnight with a possible thunderstorm after midnight. Tuesday offers much of the same; still warmer temps in the lower 50s, but cloudy with rain through the day changing to a wintry mix for our northern counties by Tuesday night.