A snowy end to the last weekend of November
Most of the area picked up over an inch of snow from Saturday's snow system and we will add to those totals again today.
A cold front will slide down from the north and bring more snow showers this afternoon. Snow accumulations are expected to top out around an inch, but some areas could receive upwards of two inches. Highs today will top out in the mid 30's and lows will fall to the upper 20's.
Monday night a fast-moving clipper system will slide through the region, bringing another round of snow showers. Most of the area will see some measurable snowfall, but snowfall amounts will be less than an inch since it's a fast-moving system.
High pressure will build in by mid-week, allowing for a few dry days and highs in the mid 40's on Wednesday and upper 40's Thursday.