•Cold continues for the remainder of the week, highs in the 20’s through Friday, lows in the single digits on Wed,Thur,Fri
•Thursday and Thursday night will have very low wind chills as gusty winds are expected to develop due to a passing arctic front
•Multiple chances for snow showers and snow squalls including Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday Night
•Accumulations look generally light through all of these events with a coating to an inch or two possible at best
•A clipper will spark some scattered snow showers and squalls on Wednesday morning into early afternoon with a dusting to an inch possible where snow develops.
•Arctic front may spawn some scattered snow squalls on Thursday from mid morning through mid afternoon. A coating to and inch or two is possible where the heavier squalls develop
•Sunday night we may begin seeing early impacts from what may be part of a larger, long duration event that may bring snow into the region through the beginning of next week
•As mentioned in last nights blog, we will continue to monitor the threat for next week, at this time probability continues to increase that we may have a period of wintry weather impacting the region Sun PM through Tue