The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Rob Lindenmuth:

Clouds have been on the increase through the morning, temperatures though, have been warming nicely into the upper 40s and low 50s for many. We will continue to rise a few more degrees, but the clouds will also continue to increase ahead of our next weak storm system passing to our south overnight tonight.

Chances for rain will continue to increase, especially into the later half of the afternoon and early evening from west to east.

But it doesn’t stay rain all night long. Rain changes to snow for the mountains then the hills this evening. Areas below 500 feet have a very slim chance of catching any flakes, let only seeing any accumulation.

Any accumulations will be light. An inch or two of snow is possible through wake up Tuesday. Some of the wet spots could also turn slippery.

We’ll go back-and-forth between rain/snow chances and sunshine. By Tuesday afternoon skies will brighten up again. More rain and snow arrives Wednesday night. Better rain chances will be around Friday and Saturday.

The off and on shower chances will bring an up-and-down temperature trend. It’s only the 40s tomorrow as things dry out and brighten up. Thursday will be another cool day. And don’t get used to the warm feeling at the beginning of the weekend. A sharp drop is lurking around the corner.