It will be very cold with periods of light snow very early in the morning and again during the evening this Presidents' Day.
During most of the day skies will be mainly cloudy with only a few isolated flurries.
The storm-total snowfall will finally be able to be measured by 4 a.m. Wednesday when the rounds of snow finish up.
We'll have light snow again Monday evening, cloudy skies for Tuesday morning, then light snow again Tuesday evening.
Periods of heavy snow are forecast for the southern half of the state with impressive snow forecast for the southern mountains by 6 p.m. Tuesday evening.
Temperatures will be chilly all week with our next chance for snow coming Friday evening and Saturday evening.
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