Dec 9, 2013 7:21 AM by Stormtracker Meteorologist Tom Ackerman
After two rounds of a wet, icy and wintry mess over the weekend we'll have a brief chance to catch our breath Monday before another wave rolls through overnight into Tuesday morning. Monday will see lingering drizzle and stray showers early on and end up mostly cloudy later in the day with highs in the low to mid 30s. Low pressure to our southeast will throw another wave of moisture our way tonight. Amounts will remain light but we could see light snow and sleet starting after midnight and wrapping up later Tuesday morning. 1-2" accumulation is possible with the highest totals southeast and roads could become slick and hazardous again, especially for the morning commute. Highs Tuesday will stay around freezing.
Colder but drier and quieter weather takes over for the rest of the week. Wednesday will bring sunshine and highs in the upper 30s but a dry cold front will slip through Wednesday night and usher in even colder air. Expect lows in the mid to upper teens and highs in the upper 20s Wednesday night into Thursday.