A few flurries will continue to track through the state today, eventually tapering off this evening.
Most of the snow is expected to remain above 4,000 feet where two to four inches of snow is expected.
Areas above 6,000 feet will have the potential to pick up 10 inches by the end of the day.
The wind is will remain brisk this afternoon, likely around 15 to 20 mph sustained.
Slightly stronger wind will bump the temperatures a bit on Tuesday allowing for highs in the upper 30s and low 40s.
The gustiest wind is expected to be in the afternoon and continue overnight.
Temperatures will remain just above average on Wednesday before much colder air moves in during the afternoon.
This cold air mass will drop temperatures to the upper teens overnight.
Cold air will continue to funnel in as we head through the later half of the work week.
Highs will remain in the mid 20s on Friday with some mountain snow overnight.
The below average temperatures are expected to last through the weekend and into next week.