A quick-moving cold front brought a cloudy, damp, and dreary day to parts of the Midwest. Light rain transitioned over to snow Sunday afternoon in eastern Iowa, southern Wisconsin, and northern Illinois. Temperatures topped out in the 30s and 40s and are expected to dip into the 20s and 30s for Sunday night and Monday morning.
The light rain and snow will continue to press east through the Great Lakes overnight. A few rain showers will pass through the Northeast on Monday.
While limited moisture might not dampen every corner of the Northeast, it will remain mostly cloudy across the region. Expect temperatures to top out in the 40s in many areas for the start of the new work week.
This part of the country has witnessed the trend of exceptionally cool temperatures over the last few days. In fact, a record low temperature was observed at New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport on Sunday morning.
Meanwhile in the Minneapolis – St. Paul area, Sunday marked the 17th day in a row with below average temperatures.
A midweek system and weekend system are expected to keep the forecast unsettled throughout the Midwest and Northeast. As always, find your local forecast on the homepage of WeatherNationTV.com.