Warmer temps Sunday will bring more rain than snow before arctic cold moves in.
The National Weather service is revising its forecast for Sunday, which calls for "much less snow" than originally projected.
The Winter Weather Advisory remains from 6pm Sunday through 9am Monday, but now calling for less than one inch of snow south of I-70, with temperatures remaining above freezing until early Monday morning.
Arctic cold temps will be with us Monday and Tuesday, with a Wind Chill Warning in place between 4am Monday through 5pm Tuesday. Wind chills could reach 35-40 below zero at times Monday night and Tuesday morning.
Warmer weather should return later in the week, with mid to upper 20's on Wednesday, 35 on Thursday and mid 40's on Friday and Saturday.