Snow and light freezing drizzle are expected to end overnight but temperatures will continue to fall with wind chills expected to dip below zero and top out in the single digits. Accumulation from this second round of snow Sunday afternoon and night should be no more than a half an inch.
The sun returns Monday morning, but with it will be the potential for slick roads and a high of just 17 on Monday. The cold sticks around Monday night with more single digit and below zero wind chills.
Tuesday's high should be around 30 but the wind chills should stay in the single digits before we see a very slight warm-up in the beginning of the week and another slight chance for snow Wednesday night and Friday night.