Showers are slowly working out of the region as chilly temps remain. Readings tonight will drop into the 30s by Thursday morning.
The next system will throw clouds our way on Thursday as low pressure develops to our southwest. A cold rain arrives Thursday night and early Friday as the low moves into the Appalachian Mountains.
As the low moves to our northeast, much colder air swings in from the northwest. That flow will give us the chance for a few snowflakes by Friday night.
That’s a very cold northwest wind kicking in late Friday into Saturday.
The setup early next week is has much more of a snow and winter weather potential around here. Arctic air dives down the plains states with low pressure developing in the deep south. That storm could then run up the east coast, bringing widespread snow to the west of the track.