A low pressure system is affecting the area with cloudy skies and rain for a good part of the week as well as maximum lows still dropping down to single digits.
Tuesday skies will be partly cloudy and at times mostly cloudy, with chances of showers and isolated thunderstorms mainly at noon and in the afternoon.
Weather officials expect rain primarily in the northwest, over the mountains, inland, and northeast, while a hailstorm could occur during heavy thunderstorms.
Fog is also expected in the early morning hours mainly inland and in the east while temperature is expected to rise back up on Friday
Maximum high temperatures will reach 23° Celsius inland, around 21 in the coastal areas, while it will be 15 degrees up in the highest elevations.
Evening weather is expected to be mostly clear with chances of cloudy skies and light rain in the north and out west.
Minimum lows will drop down to 8° Celsius inland, around 10 on the southern and eastern coasts, 12 in the north and out west, while it will be 3 degrees at the highest elevations where frost is expected to form overnight. Fog is also expected in the early morning hours mainly inland and in the east.
Wednesday skies will be partly cloudy and at times mostly cloudy, while showers and possibly thunderstorms could be expected in some rural areas over the mountains as well as northwest, inland, and in the northeast.
A noticeable drop in temperature is also expected inland and over the mountains which will last through Thursday, when sunshine will appear on and off, with cloudy skies still dominating the skies with chances of afternoon rain inland and over the mountains.
Friday weather will be mostly clear but also with cloudy skies over local areas. Temperature is expected to rise back up to reach normal averages for this time of the year.