Besides a few flurries again tonight, most of the area should be partly cloudy, cold, and less windy with lows in the teens, if not the single digits for some. Additional snowfall across our western slopes tonight will only be trace amounts at best. Tuesday will bring still-chilly high temperatures in the upper 20s and low 30s, but with calmer winds tonight and tomorrow, the wind chills won't be quite as brutal. Clouds may be around for a bit in the morning, but we should see good sunshine into Tuesday afternoon as high pressure overhead takes control our of weather pattern. Tuesday night will cold and mainly clear with lows again well-below freezing, in the teens.
As high pressure shifts east, our winds will shift more out the south than the north, allowing a warm-up to take place by Wednesday. Highs Wednesday should rebound into the mid to upper 40s under mostly sunny skies. We'll see increasing clouds through Thursday, but otherwise look quiet with highs pushing the 50 degree mark by late week. Lows will be typical for this time of year, in the mid 20s to low 30s.
Our next chance of precipitation looks to arrive by Friday afternoon/evening. At first, with warmer air present, rain looks to begin Friday afternoon, but rain and snow showers then look possible into Saturday and Sunday as temperatures cool down. While this does not look like a "big one" just yet, slick travel conditions could develop at times through the weekend, especially during the nights or early mornings when temperatures will be below freezing. Stay tuned!