Accumulating snow falling this morning. Most of us will end up with 1-3” but areas north and east will see some slightly higher amounts. Temperatures will hold in the upper 20’s this afternoon as that snow moves south. Winds out of the north, gusting to 30 mph, will keep the wind chill in the teens.
We’ll lose some of the clouds overnight as temperatures fall into the teens. The wind will back off some, but still be enough to create single-digit wind chills by daybreak.
After a chilly start, some early morning sunshine will be a welcomed sight. Temperatures will push towards the freezing mark by the afternoon. We’re tracking a secondary disturbance that could bring some snow showers Sunday evening. This system will be quick and only bring a light dusting to those that see the snow. The best chances will be northeast in the viewing area. Temperatures warm up to start the week, nearing 40 Monday and into the low 50’s Tuesday. We’re tracking another frontal boundary early on Wednesday that will hold highs near the freezing mark for Wednesday. Another secondary disturbance will bring a shot at some more snow in that colder air by Thursday, but it looks light.