After the soaking rain the last several days, it will come to an end this evening and some brief flurries will be possible. Temperatures will also continue to fall, with wind chills dipping into the mid 20s.
After the flurries scattered clouds will persist tonight, but temperatures will drop into the upper 20s by Tuesday morning. A few slick spots area roads will be possible, especially bridges and overpasses. After a below freezing start to the day, we'll end up around 40 for an afternoon high temperature. The skies will remain partly cloudy through the day.
Mostly sunny skies will take temperatures back to near normal for the mid week. We'll peak in the mid 40s for the midweek, with an area of high pressure overhead.
High pressure will ensure plenty of sun through Friday.