Pretty good Super Bowl last night, huh?
While our weather for the first half of this week looks active, it still won't amount to much in the grand scheme of things. Sunshine today will give way to clouds overnight as a weak disturbance moves by to our south. This disturbance *may* trigger a few rain sprinkles and flurries, but most places won't see them and should stay completely dry. We're back to clear skies by sunrise Tuesday, spending the afternoon under sunny skies. Temperatures will filrt with the 60-degree mark. A more potent system moves in for Wednesday, and I think we'll have a better chance for rain showers and a few mountain flurries. Conditions will be dry Thursday and Friday as temepratures cool into the coming weekend.
If you want snow, you'll have to think back to two years ago when the region saw the third and final walloping of snow in the record-breaking Winter of 2009-2010. Miss the shoveling? I thought so.
3, 2, 1, fade out.
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