We're dealing with colder, more unsettled weather for the middle of our workweek today as a weak disturbance moves in from the north, bringing clouds and some flurries. Look for occasional snow flurries and very light snow showers for the morning and midday hours, but little if any accumulation is expected. Skies will clear a bit late in the day, but the addition of sunshine to our weather picture won't do much to warm temperatures. Look for afternoon readings in the mid and upper 20s which is more than five degrees colder than the seasonal average, the first colder than average weather in several days.
We'll have a brighter, and slightly colder day for our Thursday with high temperatures in the lower 20s and a slightly lighter northwest breeze.
A weak disturbance will bring light snow showers and flurries to our Friday morning and high temperatures will then climb to the mid-20s in the afternoon under brighter, sunnier weather.
A warmer air mass will move in from the west for the weekend with bright sunshine dominating our Saturday when high temperatures will be in the lower 30s and then we'll enjoy upper 30s for Sunday even though we won't have quite as much sunshine to round out the weekend.
A series of weak storm systems moving in from the west will bring unsettled weather for the first few days of the upcoming week. Look for small doses of rain and snow showers for Monday and Tuesday with light snow then possible for next Wednesday. High temperatures will be typical for early March if not a little warmer than the seasonal average with low temperatures in the 20s and highs in the mid-30s.
Here's your morning weather update from Meteorologist Ted Schmidt: