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Blaise Keller, KDLT Morning Meteorologist

We are welcoming in another Monday and, with it, we are welcoming in another mild day across the viewing area. While we received snow across much of the south late last week, it looks like we are going to go into this week with very little chance of seeing any real big systems moving through which means we're looking to stay dry and we could see another quick blast of mild air by the beginning of the weekend.

Monday calls for a mix of mostly cloudy skies in the morning to partly cloudy skies into the afternoon as some of those clouds begin to break apart. Morning fog is going to be a problem across the southeast because there is moisture in the air from melting snow however, by the afternoon, the fog should have lifted allowing more sunshine. Winds are going to remain out of the southeast throughout the entire day and they are going to be light, turning out of the north this evening as a cold front swings south.

The passing of the cold front could spark some light snow showers this evening and continue into the day on Tuesday however, by the afternoon, we'll see skies become more quiet and keep with the mostly cloudy skies rather than seeing snow showers. A dusting to a half an inch, max, could be accumulated with these light snow showers. We are not expecting a lot in the way of precipitation or accumulations.

We continue to cool going into Wednesday and Thursday as that cold front allows cooler and drier air to move south; a high pressure system will reinforce the cooler air before it moves east. As it does, winds will turn back out of the south which means as we go into Thursday, we'll warm from being seasonable to above normal by 10 to 15 degrees. Other than snow chances tonight and Tuesday, the only other chance to pick up a dusting of snow will be Wednesday night.

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