Scattered showers ahead of an advancing cold front have pretty much fizzled out. The front will pass through over the next couple of hours, creating some very gusty winds today and tonight. Temperatures will be on the mild side today before turning colder late this afternoon. A few scattered snow showers are not out of the question tonight for the northern portion of the region.
Gusty winds continue tomorrow and any leftover snow showers should taper off by the early morning. Temperatures return to more normal levels for this time of year and we should even see some sunshine in the afternoon.
The front that passes through today will stall to our south. A disturbance will track along the boundary late Tuesday and Wednesday. Snow showers are expected Wednesday and Wednesday night but significant accumulations aren’t expected. Several inches isn’t out of the question though.
High pressure briefly moves in for Thursday. Seasonable temperatures and a good bit of sunshine will make for a pleasant day on the slopes.
Friday sees increasing clouds ahead of our next system. A strong cold front is projected to move through Friday night. Snow showers are expected late Friday and through the weekend as well as some very chilly temperatures.