The 2nd low pressure on the left side of the map will bring a few storms this afternoon.
They won't be widespread severe, BUT the pressure gradient around that low should pick up winds from the southwest and west 20-30 mph with some gusts possible to 40 mph. Hence, a wind advisory in effect.
Temps will reach the mid 50s around midday today, before beginning to fall later this afternoon.
Late tonight, we could see some "wrap around" snow flurries and snow showers, and those could be off and on through Tuesday morning.
Although no major accumulations are expected, I can't rule out an inch in our northern and eastern counties through Tuesday morning.
Temps during the early morning hours on Monday and Tuesday should be at or below freezing, so if you get some snow showers in your area, watch for some slick spots then
Daytime temps will rise to well above freezing both days.