Warmer and windier weather can be expected this week, and while some snow will melt, new snow will fall. A westerly flow will give us windy, dry weather for most of the week, but a few disturbances will pass through. Tuesday night we can expect rain, which will change over to snow early Wednesday morning. And more snow can be expected Friday night, just before Halloween. Afternoon temperatures will be warm enough to melt and evaporate snow, but it's not looking like it will all be gone by Halloween night.
Monday night: Mainly cloudy, temperature risiing to 5 Tuesday: Westerly gusts, partly cloudy, late evening and overnight rain, high 9 Wednesday: Light snow in the morning, then mostly cloudy, high 2 Thursday: Mainly sunny, high 7 Friday: Partly cloudy, evening snow, high 9 Saturday: Mainly sunny, high 5