The warm front moving through our area will keep temperatures warmer in the overnight hours. This usually doesn't happen because temperatures decrease as we get into the night. However, when a warm front moves through it night, it disrupts the diurnal flow causing the temperatures to get warmer at night instead of during the day. This front will bring a light snowfall and keep temperatures a little warmer up until Tuesday evening.
Wind speeds are going to pick up as we get into the overnight hours, with wind gusts peaking at around 25mph. These higher wind speeds will continue into tomorrow, so make sure you keep the winter coat handy as wind chill temperatures will be about 10-15 degrees below what the actual temperature is.