TONIGHT: Rain Showers, Changing To Wet Snow by 5-7 AM. Lo 34. Winds: SE 5-10 mph.

MONDAY: AM Rain & Wet Snow. Hi 43. Winds: NW 10-20 mph.

TUESDAY: Breezy, Passing Clouds. Hi 44.

Periods of steady rain will continue through roughly midnight tonight. Beyond that point, scattered showers are still likely too with damp weather holding through Monday morning. Colder air arriving from the west overnight will likely change the rain over to wet and sometimes heavy snow. With temperatures just above freezing, it won’t amount to much, but if a steadier burst happens, there could be a light slushy accumulation in spots (half inch to an inch possible of snow accumulation). By midday the storm system will be gone to the east and breezy, dry Monday afternoon is in store.

Tuesday continues the breezy weather with temperatures in the low to mid-40s during the day. The weather pattern stays active though into Wednesday with another east coast storm. This one will have a little more cold air to work with which means we start out as a period of steady snow Wednesday morning. We should switch over to all rain during the afternoon though as warmer air floods north again, but not before a few inches of snow accumulate. The morning commute could be dicey and that’s something we’ll watch closely over the next few days. Behind the storm, temperatures hang out near seasonable averages toward the end of next week with another front grazing past us Saturday with some flurries or rain showers possible.

-Meteorologists Dan Tomaso and Adis Juklo