Low pressure will track to our south bringing snow showers to the KWWL viewing area tonight.
Most of us will see little more than flurries or a stray snow shower. However, areas to the south may end up with an inch or so.
Snow will track out of the area late tonight, but we may keep flurries through Monday.
Winds will stay light, so won't cause any blowing and drifting concerns.
But we will stay cooler than normal as we head into the work week.
But we will be dry for the week as we warm to above normal temperatures by the end of the week.