Another system will slide through the area tomorrow, thankfully-- this system will be weaker than the last few that have slid through. While isolated showers are possible, it looks like the system will lack sufficient moisture to produce widespread rain.
This front will approach from the west late morning/early afternoon. Looks like most of the moisture will be to our south. Being that temperatures at some of the higher elevations will take longer to increase, those areas could see isolated snowflakes instead of sprinkles. The front will exit tomorrow evening, and we should gradually see decreasing clouds heading into Wednesday morning.
Temperatures will start of near freezing Tuesday morning, but we should still expect to warm into the mid 40s by afternoon. Temperatures this week will fluctuate a degree or two, but afternoon highs each day should stay in the low to mid 40s. Another system will pass to our south on Friday, and if the track shifts further northward, we could see rain/wintry mix opportunities on Friday.