Tonight: Not much has changed. Clouds will continue overnight. Areas of fog may develop late and produce patchy freezing drizzle. A few locations might be slippery late tonight, especially elevated surfaces. Lows: 20-26. Winds: NW 5 mph.
Tuesday: If fog does form overnight it will linger into early in the morning. Temperatures are below freezing so a few slippery spots are possible in the morning. Clouds will linger through the day with a small chance for a brief ray of sunshine. Highs: 28-32. Winds: NW 5-10 mph.
Tuesday Night: The sky remains cloudy and it will be a little cooler with our northwestern counties dropping into the teens. Lows: 15-23. Winds: N 5 mph.
Wednesday and Thursday: The sky remains cloudy both days with a light north wind Wednesday shifting to a light south wind Thursday. Highs will be near 30 degrees both days.
Friday: There is a small chance for a light snow shower or flurries. At this point little to no accumulation is expected of the snow does fall. High: low 30s.