Highs Monday ranged from 32-44 over the warmest; warmest where sunshine was maximized. It was colder where low clouds & fog hung on.
Areas of fog with patchy light freezing mist & drizzle are possible with some patchy light snow tonight.
Any accumulation of anything looks like, but any film or icy dampness may lead to a few slick spots tonight to the morning.
The day looks dreary & gray with 31-36.
Wednesday looks dreary & gray with 35-41 with a few isolated snow to rain/snow showers.
Thursday looks dreary & gray with 33-36 with a few isolated snow showers.
If we are lucky we may see a few breaks in the low clouds Friday with 32-37.
Some scattered snow showers & flurries are likely Saturday-Sunday with localized dustings & coatings.
Some rain to snow is possible late next week in an overall gray, dreary pattern with temperatures pretty close to normal during the day & warmer than normal at night.
It should get much colder for a time in January with a snow pack laid down with a storm likely in the January 18-21 time frame.
We could encounter some of if not the coldest weather of the winter with lows in the -4 to single digits range.
It does appear, however, a thaw should occur after that with rain, t'storms & much, much warmer, wetter weather to end January & move into early February.
It also appears that a pretty decent shot of colder weather should follow this in February, setting the stage for icing event or ice storm.
Eyes are still on the warmer, wetter spring with higher severe weather risk, then hot, dry summer with potential of a widespread drought developing in the Midwest. It looks the driest overall since 2012 & the hottest since 1995.