Some coastal areas may see flurries Monday
Futurecast radar idea of the NAM model through midday Tuesday shows most of the snow showers offshore as a weak low passes well to the south. An east / northeast wind off the water may kick up some isolated snow showers or flurries along coastal areas, with a dusting possible.
A warm front approaches from the southwest on Tuesday, which may bring some isolated snow showers over southern and western areas in the morning, with a dusting possible with those.
Highs for the day on Monday will be a bit on the cool side with temperatures ranging from single digits to low teens for the mountains and north, to the mid to upper teens to around 20° for the south and east. Wind over land will be out of the north at 5-15 mph, with gusts around 20 mph for the shorelines. Islands may reach 25 mph with a direction out of the east / northeast.
Tuesday night into Wednesday
Eight year forecaster.