(KFVS) - Rain and windy conditions will be an issue this evening.
Chief Meteorologist Grant Dade says temperatures will likely peak close to 50 after midnight before dropping behind the cold front.
Scattered showers will drop around an inch of rain on average, with a few spots picking up slightly more.
This could cause a few isolated flooding concerns where significant amounts of snow are still on the ground.
There also will be wind gusts up to 40 mph at times this evening as the front approaches.
Wind advisories are already in place from 7 p.m. this evening until 7 a.m. tomorrow.
There could even be some drainage issues by Wednesday morning.
Colder air will move in on Wednesday, so there could be a little snow, but the chances of accumulations look low.
The next big blast of cold air will come on Friday. Feels-like temps could be back below zero.