31 degrees was all we were able to muster at the airport this afternoon(despite a sub-average low of 22) despite sunshine giving way to clouds in advance of a clipper system. Light snow pushed through just around sunset and blanketed the region with a little over an inch of snow, but further north and west(elevated areas) saw more than a couple of inches of snow.
Overnight we'll clear out with lows in the lower 20s and this will lead to a high just in the lower 30s despite a mostly sunny day(we should now be in the lower 40s for an afternoon high). There will also be a westerly wind around 10-15mph making the wind chill a good ten degrees cooler. As another blast of Arctic air filters in we'll have an overnight low in the middle teens which leads to Tuesday's highs just in the upper 20s.
On Wednesday we'll get above freezing again, but cloud up in advance of a potential coastal low; as of this moment I see a snow to sleet to rain ordeal going from overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning as temperatures rise through the 30s and flirt with 40 by the afternoon. Overnight as colder air settles in once the low pushes away we can see a changeover back to sleet and then snow with a minor accumulation(on the grass and cars).
That's preliminary at this moment so stay tuned; for now you can check out the rest of the seven day at www.scottderekwx.com/forecast.html.