Monday's rain and a few t'storms will hold off until at least the afternoon, possibly the evening hours.
No severe weather is expected then, as the "primed" air stay well to our south near the Gulf Coast.
We'll turn colder starting Tuesday, and during the Tuesday-Thursday time period, there will be some sub-freezing air aloft, but 40 degree temps in the lower levels. This could result in some drizzle that could mix with some sleet or snow, but no problems are anticipated.
We still see the likelihood of much colder air pushing in starting Friday that could bring some snow flurries or snow showers Friday through the weekend, with highs in the 30s.
Right now, no major system is forecasted. But there will be some "clipper" type systems diving in from the northwest so we will keep an eye out for any "decent" snow chances. Right now we'll keep those chances at 20-30$ for just flurries/snow showers.