The National Weather Service is monitoring a low pressure system, which could bring more snow to the area Tuesday.
According to forecasters, there is a slight threat of a winter storm Monday into to Tuesday of next week.
“The latest guidance continue to suggest that coastal low pressure may develop Monday into Tuesday, but the latest trend is to indicate that it may not intensify rapidly enough to affect our area with a significant winter storm,” they said. “However, given the high amplitude pattern, this is still possible and it will have to be monitored over the next several days.”
Temperatures are forecast to hover around freezing overnight Sunday through Wednesday.
“Cold conditions are expected and a few snow showers are possible,” they said.
Bristow Beat will continue to monitor the forecast.
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