Good Monday morning! We will see high temperatures in the 20s to lower 30s today with a north/northwest wind 5-18 MPH…breezy conditions across the eastern half of the state today. Slightly milder temperatures in the 30s and 40s will arrive by midweek before a extended cold shot of air hits the area late week. A weak piece of energy will work it’s way through the state later today into the evening and I can’t rule out a few flurries to be squeezed out across the eastern half of the state during this time. Eyeing next storm system to bring snow and wintry mix risks to the state late Wednesday through Thursday. We have a 200+ mile spread in the placement of the low pressure system which leads to lower confidence on the exact track of the low. This one will have some gusty winds with it as well but before we get more detailed we need agreement to come together. I do want to make note that the GFS and European models both have decent agreement which should be monitored closely as we get closer to the event.