Overall this week looks fairly quiet with only one chance for precipitation.
Patchy fog will develop late tonight, but it will not be as thick or widespread as it was earlier this week. Finally, after what feels like weeks, the sun will join us again tomorrow afternoon. This will help boost temperatures into the low 40s for the afternoon. Enjoy that sunshine while it lasts, because we won’t see it return until Friday as the next low pressure system pushes across the upper Midwest. Because temperatures will still be in the 40s Tuesday afternoon, all precipitation that falls will be rain.
It is early Wednesday when we see temperatures cooling back close to the freezing mark, allowing for a change over to snow. However, it does not look like we will see widespread impacts across the state as this snow will be light and brief. Mainly under an inch is expected along and south of I-80 with closer to 2-4″ along the northern border of the state. Because of this there is a Winter Storm Watch that will go into effect along and north of Hwy 20 starting at noon Tuesday going until 3pm on Wednesday.
All looks to be quiet by Wednesday evening with dry conditions to finish out the week. Temperatures will be a bit cooler as well with highs in the 30s.