With cloudy skies and a light west wind, light snow is possible today with a high around 32. Some light accumulation is possible, mainly around or just more than a dusting.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy and 28 with a calm wind.
Tomorrow will be 46 and mostly cloudy with a southwest wind at 5-15 mph, and tomorrow night will feature gradual clearing with a low around 30, and a west-southwest wind around 10 mph.
The temperatures this week are a rollercoaster: we return to seasonable norms Wednesday and Friday, sandwiched by a cold Thursday. Beyond that, Saturday looks to be mild but rainy in the 50s with a storm that may last into early Christmas Eve, which looks to be in the 40s. Another storm is possible around Christmas Day, and this is one that is a little more uncertain.
Have a great day!