We have a couple of snow showers passing through the region tonight. Overall the flakes have been light and haven’t made much progress in reaching the ground, let alone accumulating on the roadways.

We find the snow showers coming to an end as we head towards daybreak, with partly to mostly sunny skies coming our way for Tuesday.

Temperatures are similar to Monday, but it won’t feel as cold thanks to calmer winds out of the northwest at 5-10 mph.

Another small wave of energy comes through for Wednesday, providing another small chance for a few low impact flurries. Otherwise we have quiet weather through Thanksgiving!

Our quiet stretch comes to an end Black Friday, with a low pressure system passing through the region bringing a batch of rain for the valleys, and snow for the higher elevations. Overall this system is low impact for the region, as long as the mountains can keep enough cold air for the flakes to fly!

Have a great night!

-Skytracker Meteorologist Haley Bouley