(PINPOINT WEATHER) — It’s been a rainy start to the week as a storm system makes its way across the region.
Most of the area will start to dry out overnight, but the mountains will see a quick transition to snow. It won’t last long; only around half-inch to two inches are possible. We’ll see a return to sunshine everywhere Tuesday afternoon!
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However, it won’t be a completely calm day. The wind will be whipping!
A High Wind Warning is in effect for the mountains, with a Wind Advisory for the rest of the region. Gusts reaching 40-50 mph are possible overnight through about Tuesday mid-afternoon, with winds around 60 mph expected in the mountains! Secure any loose outside objects before bed tonight.
Valentine’s Day on Wednesday is looking lovely with sunny skies and highs around 60. The weather stays dry through the end of the week with pleasantly cool temperatures. Another front could bring a small rain/mountain snow chance on Saturday.
Tonight: Showers and storms moving out. Gusty wind. Low 44.
Tuesday: Sunny and breezy. High 58.