It's been a clear, blue sky kind of day....but that blue sky came with plenty of shivering! A fairly weak area of low pressure will approach and then slide through the region over the next 24 hours. That low will bring clouds along with some areas of light snow on Wednesday; no impressive accumulations expected-just enough to coat the ground and mess-up your car again.
In the wake of that low Thursday will bring plenty of sunshine with cold temperature again; wind chills will drop to below zero for much of the day.
Another low will bring clouds and eventually some snow on Friday; as of this writing we are still dealing with some uncertainty as to the position and track of this low, which of course makes predicting how much snow we will receive tricky. This low will be a major snow maker, but there are some indications that the low will track too far off shore to bring us a major snow event. The situation certainly bears watching, because if the low follows a more northerly track, we could be doing some major shoveling by early Saturday morning. Again, at this point it looks like the low will be too far south, but make sure to check-in often for the latest forecast as we get closer.