SNOW SHOWERS TUESDAY: A weak clipper system is heading this way, and it brings snow showers by the afternoon hours. The morning begins cold, mostly cloudy, and dry. Then, snow showers arrive around noon to the west. It’s possible to see some snow squalls too. This means low visibilities, gusty winds, and quick snow accumulations are possible. The snow showers taper and end through the evening. Accumulations will be spotty throughout the region, and they are less than an inch.
ANOTHER ROUND OF COLD: The second burst of arctic air rolls through Wednesday, and this keeps temperatures in the 20s after a frigid start in the teens. Skies are mostly cloudy to start, with some flurries still possible to the northwest during the early morning hours. By afternoon, the clouds break up a tough. Some overnight flurries are possible Wednesday night. Thursday and Friday bring a mixture of clouds and some sunshine. Highs slowly moderate. Readings are in the lower to middle 30s on Thursday, and rise into the 40s on Friday.
NEXT WEEKEND: The weekend forecast is going to be 50/50. There’s a chance for showers Saturday before colder air moves in on Sunday. Expect temperatures to fall from the lower 40s on Saturday to near the freezing mark on Sunday. A few flurries are possible too. Monday is a colder day, with highs near the freezing mark.
Have a great Tuesday!