Our weather pattern will be somewhat active over the next several days, but we won't see any big snow-maker type of storms in our neck of the woods.
High pressure will provide us with plenty of sunshine Tuesday, with west-northwest winds producing some cold temperatures and low wind chills. A fairly weak area of low pressure will slide through on Wednesday, which will lay-down some snow showers and light snow-just enough to coat the ground in some locations. Sunshine will return along with cold conditions on Thursday, before another low moving our way (fairly moisture starved) will produce some more snow on Friday. The Friday low will likely produce more snow compared to the system on Wednesday, but we still can't categorize it as a major snow producer.
Looking ahead; the weekend looks quiet and brisk.