We could see a few scattered snow or mixed showers tonight with a low in the upper-20s to lower 30s. Sunday will be cool and breezy, and with another frontal boundary approaching, we could see a few flurries or snow showers. Highs will be in the mid-30s but falling during the afternoon. Monday and Tuesday will only have highs in the low/mid-20s which actually could represent record cold for those days. It does look this this tight grasp of cold air will begin to break down as we go into the end of the work week. In terms of precipitation, it will remain rather dry going into the week ahead so it will be safe to say shoveling will likely not be needed. This is an amazingly abnormal pattern for early November.