It's going to be a wet week ahead with a chance for snow by the middle of the week.
However, a brief dry period does present itself tonight, with mostly cloudy skies expected and a low of around 33 degrees.
Tomorrow will start with mostly cloudy skies but more rain will develop in the afternoon and northeast winds will pick up at 10 to 20 mph. High temperature will be a bit cooler than normal at 43. The normal high is 50 this time of year.
Colder air moves in by the middle of the week and that could lead to accumulating snow in the area Wednesday and Thursday. It's too early to tell just how much snow will fall and where, but parts of the viewing area will be dealing with slushy, wet snow which will lead to slippery travel.
FOX 11 Meteorologists are tracking this storm closely and will keep you up to date on what to expect.
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