Mild conditions will persist today before a cold front moves through this afternoon. Temperatures tonight will become much cooler behind the front and you can expect some gusty winds to accopany it’s passage as well.
High pressure briefly settles in tomorrow. Above normal temperatures will continue as will the breezy winds.
The front that moves through today will actually stall to our south. A disturbance will track along it late Tuesday and Wednesday. As a result, a mix of rain and snow is expected to begin very early Wednesday and last into the nighttime hours. Accumulations are still uncertain right now as the models differ on how much cold air will be in place. In general though, the main snowfall portion of the event will be Wednesday night but it doesn’t look to be significant.
High pressure returns for Thursday and Friday. Temperatures will be seasonable and a good bit of sunshine will make for a pleasant couple of days.
Snowfall chances and cold air returns this weekend as a strong cold front moves through Friday night.