Winter storm watch on Monday evening | WEATHER UPDATE

National Weather Service is calling for a low of 30 on Monday evening with a chance of snow showers.

There was a dusting of snow this morning, but it looks like there might be new snow accumulation Monday evening.

The National Weather Service is calling for a winter storm watch tonight. Temperature should drop to 30 degrees at night, with a chance of snow showers.

The weather should clear up on Tuesday as the forecast is calling for a mostly sunny day with a high near 37 and low around 25.

Wednesday will be mostly sunny with a high near 38 and low around 28. However there is a slight chance of snow that evening before 11 p.m. with little or no snow accumulation.

The pattern continues on Thursday with likely rain and snow during the day. High near 40 and low around 37.


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