Temperatures will not drop much tonight thanks to plenty of clouds ahead of an approaching front. Snow showers and flurries will arrive later tonight and there can be some slick travel for the morning commute especially near and west of Route 219 where there can be a covering to an inch by morning. This is just the start of numerous snow showers that will plague the region as very cold air presses into the region on gusty winds.
We'll have breaks in the clouds for a while early tonight and temperatures will drop into the 30s to the lower 40s before clouds thicken up later tonight. Temperatures may rise a bit before some showers arrive by morning. A slow moving front will bring rain at varying rates on Tuesday. It will also become breezy, even downright windy on the ridges. It will still be mild on Tuesday despite the rain with temperatures reaching into the 50s in many places.
A fair amount of sunshine combined with a southwesterly flow will help us to turn unseasonably warm Tuesday. A good deal of sunshine with only a few clouds, combined with a southwesterly flow will help temperatures to reach well into the 50s to near 60 in some places. Temperatures will likely not drop too much on Tuesday as a weak front slips through the region with some clouds. Lows will be in the 30s, some spots may not make it into the 30s.
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