If you are like me and choose to sleep in just a bit on the weekends, you awoke this chilly Sunday to some mid-morning snowfall, our first of the season.
That snowfall is likely not the last bit of precipitation we will see on Sunday, however the next round should be of the liquid variety.
Winds shift and start to push warmer air into the region from the southwest. This will serve to clear skies and set the stage for a warmer day on Monday.
While Monday is shaping up to relatively clear and warm, there is a good chance of some patchy fog to start off the morning, as clearer skies should allow air to cool at the surface and interact with some of the moisture we are expecting to fall.
The fog should burn off as we head towards the afternoon where high temperatures should get up into the mid 60s.
Tuesday is looking like the best day of the week. Things will be cloudy as pre-frontal moisture moves into the area aloft, but those same pre-frontal conditions allow us to pick up another few degrees in the afternoon and approach the 70 degree mark.