There is little in the way of change for the next several days as the region is fairly locked into a cold and breezy pattern.

High temperatures this week have been well below normal and will continue to be below normal as an arctic invasion of cold air arrives.

The chance for us to get a few west facing slope snow showers is still on the table, but diminished chance from last night’s snow showers.

If you are heading out over the weekend, be ready for some chilly weather. I don’t expect us to be in any sort of bitter regime, but the crisp and brisk nature of this pattern will take it’s toll. Break out the gloves and hat as the wintry conditions are here until at least the middle of next week.

Stay Safe
John Carroll
Chief Meteorologist