Remnant precipitation associated with the weekend’s storm system are pivoting through the region bringing plenty of light rain and drizzle. This threat will remain throughout the day with chances of mixing with snow at times. No significant impacts are expected today with winds staying between 10-15 mph out of the west and temperatures hovering in the mid to upper 30’s for the rest of our Monday.
As the trough begins to move out of the region a split jet pattern develops over the continental United States limiting any significant storms or cold/warm outbreaks. This will create a cool pattern with some possible light snow showers towards mid-week. Next potential storm to develop looks to be south of Indiana this weekend.