We have an arctic front rolling into town later this evening. This will cause our winds to gust up and is likely to produce a narrow band of flurries or a touch of light snow. Temps ahead of this will hit the 30s and will crash once it blows through.
This leads us into a very cold Thursday with lows from the upper single digits with snow cover, to the teens without. Highs will only rebound into the 20s. Brr!
Our next system rolls our way by late Friday and will make for another ugly weekend across our part of the world. The models are now sensing the cold air that will be in place and are taking a turn for the colder with this storm. The NAM has a shot of snow on the front end of this Friday night and Saturday morning.
A change to rain is likely on Saturday with snow showers taking over Saturday night and Sunday.