The snow has moved out with most areas picking up around one inch of snow last night.
An over thirty year old record fell last night with 2013-2014 becoming the snowiest winter season (Dec-Feb).
It will be a dry day with mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will climb into the upper 20s with winds out of the northwest.
It will remain cloudy tonight with temperatures falling into the upper teens.
The next system starts pushing in on Monday. A wintry mix of freezing rain and sleet will be possible by mid morning. As temperatures slowly climb above the freezing mark, the mix will change over to just rain.
Some accumulating snow will be possible with around one to two inches possible. Ice accumulations could be around a tenth of an inch.
The system will move out from west to east by early evening. Flooding will be a potential with more precipitation and the melting of snow.
Temperatures will climb to near normal on Tuesday and Wednesday with dry conditions.
More rain looks likely on Thursday with high near 50 degrees.
The more mild temperatures stick around through the weekend.