A couple of inches of snow will be possible across the area tonight as another cold front makes its way off to our east. Winds will shift to the northwest and pick up in speed as even colder air spreads in overhead.
A mix of sun and clouds will accompany a stiff northwesterly wind Tuesday. It is a good bet that more flurries will be stirred up too as temperatures fall from early morning readings near the 20-degree mark. For the afternoon, temperatures will be in the teens with wind chill values dropping into the single-digits, if not even a bit below zero from time-to-time.
Another batch of light snow will move in late Wednesday as a mid-winter weather pattern continues to hold across the region. More light snow or snow showers will be possible Friday as highs remain in the 20s. Right now, it looks as though we may have the potential of seeing more than just a light accumulation come Saturday night and Sunday. We will keep our eye on that!