Canadian high pressure has begun to move into the region. We are seeing brutally cold temperatures with wind chills in the negatives. It’s not going to warm up very much today. A few flurries are possible in the northern portion of the region today but nothing of significance.
Temperatures warm 5-10 degrees tomorrow, but it’s still going to be very cold with wind chill values in the negatives again.
A quick moving disturbance moves through Wednesday night, bringing about the chance for snow showers. Nothing significant is expected though. Thursday morning leftover flurries will taper off quickly and temperatures will remain on the chilly side.
A low pressure system looks to bring more snow to the region Thursday night through Saturday. The heaviest snow looks to fall on Friday and Friday night. Snowfall accumulations are expected to be pretty decent.
Sunshine returns Sunday and temperatures will moderate nicely for the final day of the week.