Highs in many areas made the mid-40s today under a steel-gray sky. It’s the kind of look that makes you think of snow, but you probably know how that goes around here these days (hint: not well, if you’re a snow lover). A small storm system slipping to south is out of here, bringing a sunnier Tuesday.

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Through tonight: Sitting on the northern edge of cloud cover from a weak system to the south, that blanket should stay overhead through the night. There could also be a quick sprinkle or a flurry, especially to the south and southeast. Places north and west may have clearer skies. Lows range from the mid-20s to low 30s. Winds will be light.

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Tomorrow (Tuesday): We may wake up to clouds in many spots, but they will likely break quickly. It should be mostly sunny by midday as temperatures head to the mid-to-upper 40s. Northwest winds will blow around 5 to 10 mph.

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Pollen update: Tree pollen and mold spores are both low.

Warm start to the month: A third of the way through January, local temperatures are running about 2 to 4 degrees above normal for the month. It’s a similar story across the region, according to the Southeast Regional Climate Center. Temperatures ahead should generally remain above normal, per forecasts.

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