Much colder air returned with partly sunny skies and a blustery wind.
High temperatures will hold in the middle 30s with wind chills near 20 degrees Monday afternoon.
A disturbance will swing through the region Tuesday, bringing just a few flurries and light snow, which should leave behind little or no accumulation. High temperatures will reach only the lower 30s.
A stronger disturbance will move through late Tuesday night and Wednesday with some snow at times.
At this point, a large storm develops too far to the east to bring significant accumulation, but a coating to an inch wouldn't be out of the question.
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