Reported by Meteorologist Regina Miller
A disturbance has exited to our east after bringing overnight coating of new snow to the region. An area of high pressure has started to push in behind it to give us some sunshine for today. It will still be cold, but not as frigid as recent days, with highs still only in the mid to upper teens. Tonight will be mostly clear early. Temps will plummet again overnight with lows dropping into the 0-5 degree range for most. Clouds will increase late.
Tomorrow a system will advance into the region for the afternoon and evening bringing a widespread snowfall. The system will move fairly quickly and bringing fresh light to moderate accumulations before. Highs will be in the mid to upper teens once again.
Saturday we will still have a couple of flurries or snow showers around in spots (especially in the north & western zones). Clouds may break at times for some sun later in the day. Highs will be in the low to mid 20s.
Sunday a strong area of high pressure moves in to give us a mostly sunny day. It will be slightly warmer with highs in the mid to upper 20s. By Monday temps will finally get back into the mid 30s, however there is a chance for a light mix to develop later in the day.