The cold air has pushed in behind the front and I don't see it going anywhere but down from here. Our highs today will be in the upper 30s, but with a wind at 10-20 mph it will feel much colder than the upper 30s. The rain/snow mix looks to pick up during the afternoon/evening which should last through the night and into Thursday.
We are expecting little to no accumulation through the next 48 hrs as we continue to see snow chance after snow chance all the way through the weekend. Still don't see major issues out of any of these days. Our temperatures will fall each and every day through the weekend with temperatures on Saturday and Sunday in the 20s.
Meteorologist Micah Harris
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