The overall pattern for the next few days will change little as we progress through time. Look for us to see cloudy, wet and chilly weather through at least Tuesday morning. The threat of wintry precipitation has ended as the origin of the moisture is from the southwest, importing warmer conditions. It will still only get into the middle forties to low fifties, but that is above the level for frozen precipitation, so rain is the result. After another wet Monday, we will be see signs of drying trend after about mid day on Tuesday. The dry pattern will persist the rest of the week, with temps staying in the upper forties for afternoon highs and the upper twenties for overnight lows. In other words, dry and chilly Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The next chance for rain is Saturday, but I will hold off confirming that until more information is available.