It's the second week in a row when we have a cold front pushing through in the morning on a Monday whereas the temperatures plunge through the day. ALSO it's ANOTHER Arctic blast so on Tuesday high temperatures will only be in the teens(and that's not even factoring in a wind chill)! Before the cold front and cold air pushes through we will have some rain to deal with; not much though as only about a quarter of an inch(0.25") of rain will fall, but it will help melt some of that snow pack!
Once the front pushes through it's back into the ice box with lows in the lower teens on Monday night and then as I alluded to before highs just climb a few degrees
despite plenty of sunshine! We call this "ineffective sunshine" as the core of the Arctic air will be on top of us.
We'll flirt with the freezing mark on Wednesday and then get back into the more seasonable lower 40s on Thursday with clouds in advance of a weak system; this system can produce some wet snow showers overnight into Friday with temperatures around freezing(accumulations right now would be very light and most likely just on cars and colder surfaces). Friday will be seasonable with highs in the lower 40s with sunshine in the late afternoon and then going into the weekend we'll approach 50 with another shot of rain Saturday evening going into Sunday.
Have a great week and don't forget that the rest of the seven day can be seen any time at www.scottderekwx.com/forecast.html.