Milder air and rain are on the way, but both will soon be replaced by colder temps and snow.

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Tonight will be one of the coldest nights of the season so far. We'll have one more cold day on Tuesday before the 40s come back. The milder temperatures will be accompanied by rain later this week. On the back side of our next storm system we'll see a significant cool down and rain will change over to snow. A few slick spots will be likely by the weekend.

DMA Tonight Low Temperature

Lows will fall into the teens overnight.

5-Day QPF

Up to a half-inch of rain is likely later this week.


Rain and snow showers are likely this week.

Regional Front Map1

We'll have some fog Thursday morning and light rain Thursday night ahead of our next storm system.

Regional Front Map2

Rain is likely through the day Friday.

Regional Front Map3

Rain will change to snow as temperatures fall Saturday.

Regional Front Map4

Snow showers are likely Sunday.


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