A weak cold front will approach the region today, causing any morning sunshine to fade behind increasing clouds this afternoon as high temperatures top out near 50 degrees.
This weak boundary could spark a shower in a few spots prior to sunset, but most of the showers will hold off until this evening and then continue in spots until just after midnight.
While these showers will begin as rain, there will be a change over to wet snow in many locations, which could cause a slushy coating to an inch to develop (mainly on non-paved surfaces).
In the wake of this front, the area will clear out a bit by daybreak on Monday, allowing temperatures to fall back into the mid and upper 20s.
This will set the region up for partly sunny skies on Monday, but the sunshine will do little to help the temperatures, as much colder air pushes in from Canada and holds our daytime highs in the the lower and middle 30s. Add a breeze to those temperatures, and Monday will end up feeling 25 to 30 degrees colder than Sunday.
Today: Mild with some sunshine giving way to clouds; a shower in spots late this afternoon. High: 50
Tonight: Periods of rain changing to snow this evening and ending just after midnight. Could see a coating to an inch, mainly on non-paved surfaces. Low: 27
Monday: Partly sunny, breezy and colder. High: 32 Low: 20