We've been on a streak of warmer than average temperatures over the past week, but in fact the entire month of January has seemed much warmer than average.
The extended gray period continues through this week, too. Multiple upper level waves will help produce mid-level cloud cover even as high pressure at the surface moves in for the first half of the week.
This pattern will continue to produce warmer than average highs in the upper 20's and low 30's this week. The surface high pressure will help keep winds light out of the north Monday, so it will feel warmer.
There will be a slight chance for light drizzle or even flurries this evening with low level moisture, but it won't accumulate to anything.
Through midweek it will be dry, but we may pick up a few flurries Friday through Sunday. As of now, those accumulations look light and the weather pattern changes very little even into February.