After some sunshine on Sunday, yet another disturbance approaching from the West will lead to thickening clouds through the day with snow developing around the area. This will be a heavy, wet type of snow, but it won't accumulate to more than an inch or two. We'll notice a brief uptick in temperatures with readings rising to the mid 30s, though that's still below average for this time of year. As the precipitation tapers off with the system's departure there will be some clearing by tomorrow. Quieter conditions should persist tomorrow and Wednesday with readings once again taking a step backwards reaching only about 20 degrees on the first day of Spring, Wednesday.
Have a great Monday!