A gray, chilly Sunday began with pockets of light rain, mixed with snow in the north, as upper-level low pressure moved over the state. A secondary low formed along the North Carolina coast and will bring rain and snow to the Northeast tonight, while pulling slightly colder air into the upper Ohio Valley.

Temperatures will hold steady in the upper 30s under cloudy skies. A stray sprinkle or flurry is possible through the overnight hours.

Not much changes Monday, between the departing coastal storm and an area of high pressure. Expect a continuation of cloudy skies, though some breaks are possible later in the day as low clouds slowly erode.

A period of snow showers is possible Tuesday morning as a quick-moving northern system drops south from the Upper Midwest. Temperatures will recover aa little to the low 40s. A few periods of sunshine are possible midweek, but skies will be mainly cloudy all week.

Later in the week, a southern storm looks to brush the lower Ohio Valley. Current model tracks are well south of the Ohio River.


Tonight: Cloudy, drizzle/flurry. Low 32
Monday: Mainly cloudy, few breaks p.m. High 38
Tuesday: Snow showers a.m. (coating). High 42 (30)
Wednesday: Mix clouds and sun. High 40 (29)
Thursday: Clouds increase. High 39 (29)
Friday: Snow showers, chilly. High 36 (30)
Saturday: Mostly cloudy. High 37 (27)

Have a good evening! -Ben