Wet To White (At Times) Through Early Week…

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Areas of fog and drizzle will continue this evening before a stronger southwesterly air flow pushes the low clouds and fog north during the overnight.  As a cold front draws closer, steadier rains and perhaps even a clap of thunder (especially down state) will arrive Monday morning.  Temperatures will remain nearly steady or even rise overnight into the lower 50s.

The frontal passage, itself, will take place Monday evening and may feature a couple of gusty showers, especially across western and central portions of the state.

Temperatures will grow colder Monday night into Tuesday morning and precipitation will end as snow showers Tuesday.

High pressure will build in through midweek and provide dry conditions with increasing sunshine.  The midweek stretch will begin seasonable before warming ahead of our next storm system.

That next storm system will deliver rain as early as Friday evening into Saturday.  We’ll note an increasingly gusty southwesterly breeze as we wrap up the work week, along with increasing cloudiness.