We’re tracking gusty showers & a strong cold front heading east Monday. Much colder air follows that front and we’ll see a rain to snow shower transition through mid to late morning. Afternoon highs will fall into the 30s but stay above freezing, With that and “warm” ground temps any minor to light snow accumulation (a few tenths) will be limited to grassy/elevated surfaces. Higher elevations in our eastern mountain counties may pick up a quick 1/2″.
A wind advisory remains in effect through early afternoon for 30-40+ mph gusts. Watch for potentially slick roads between the early morning rain over to rain/snow showers through the day.