Our hopes for a midweek chinook may be dashed. It now looks like while a westerly flow may develop aloft, the mild westerly wind may not make it down to the surface, and we'll remain in a shallow pool of cold air. That means temperatures will remain lower than average for the next five to seven days. A series of weak disturbances will produce snow flurries from time to time. Expect flurries Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning.
Tuesday night: Mainly cloudy, flurries, low -7 Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with flurries in the morning and again in the evening, high -5 Thursday: Partly cloudy, high -7 Friday: Partly cloudy, chance of flurries, high -11 Saturday: Morning cloud, afternoon clearing, hihg -6 Sunday: Morning sun with increasing afternoon cloud, high -7