0.01 to 0.20" rainfall totals are likely tonight after highs today-this evening of 46-53.
As this cold front passes & for a while thereafter, gusts of 35-45 are likely. Isolated gusts to 50 mph are possible.
Low clouds will decrease tomorrow afternoon with breezy to windy conditions from the northwest & highs in the 30s.
17-23 is likely tomorrow night.
Increasing clouds & 30s Tuesday will give way to rain (period of freezing rain in northern & northeastern counties) Tuesday night.
Rain & windy weather Wednesday will occur with highs 48-54.
Much colder air will come in Wednesday night. Change from rain to sleet, freezing rain & snow is possible with some minor accumulations.
Thursday is in question as to wether it will be all ice & snow to all snow or a change-over to rain ending as snow.
It will all depend on the storm track.
Ensembles show the top 20 scenarios put out by the U.S. GFS model.
Currently, the Canadian model seems to be the most aggressive with ice & snow here with it painting a significant winter storm with significant ice & snow accumulations Wednesday night to Thursday night.
We will monitor.
Temperatures will run in the 20s to around 30 with gusty winds with this system.
It will be moisture-rich with totals rainfall & melted ice/snow at 1-2.25" Tuesday night-Thursday night.
Following this, a minor snow system cannot be ruled out before January 10.
Very mild weather with some 50s to 60s possible will occur in the January 11-25 time frame with three systems of rainfall.
Looks like a lack of snowfall.
February looks unusually mild & wet