This evening and tonight: The rain continues to work its way to the south and east through the rest of the evening. Rainfall should persist for an hour or two before letting up. Tonight features primarily cloudy skies for most except for the north and south shores, where rain transitions over to snow. Total snow accumulations are up 2" most should see a trace to a 1". Temperatures tonight fall back into the low and mid-30s. Winds are out of the northwest between 10-15 MPH.
Monday: Most are waking up dry and cloudy the north shore and south shore could be seeing a few more hours of snow, however. We are also waking up cool with Temperatures in the low and mid-30s and winds out of the northwest between 15-20 MPH, meaning wind chills will be in the upper teens and lower 20's for most. We begin to dry things out in the afternoon for most, but clouds persist. Temperatures climb into the upper 30s.
Tuesday: Clouds linger in the morning, but clouds begin to clear up as we head towards the afternoon hours. With partly cloudy skies overhead, temperatures climb into the upper 30s and lower 40s. Winds are out of the northwest between 5-10 MPH.
Coming up: Temperatures are on the rise throughout the week. How warm do they get? Meteorologist Peter Kvietkauskas will have the details tonight on the CBS 3 news at 10:00.