Temps continue to drop through the 30s this evening, leading to the potential for a snow flurry or two.
This is the beginning of a very cold and active setup for our region. Highs on Wednesday are in the 40s, but drop behind another front for Thursday. That may also spark a few flurries.
Friday starts with upper teens and low 20s, with wind chills much colder. It ends with highs near freezing with clouds increasing.
Those clouds are ahead of a clipper, bringing the chance for light accumulating snow on Saturday. That will usher in even colder air through Sunday.
Another snow maker shows up early next week.