Our weather pattern continues to be quite active for the next five days. A disturbance will bring snow flurries to the area tomorrow. Relatively little accumulation is expected. Another low pressure system enters the region on Monday, bringing more precipitation to the region. Precipitation may begin as rain but make the transition to snow on Monday, continuing into Tuesday. There is a potential for some accumulating snow to occur, but it is still too early to determine how much we will recieve.
By far, the largest impact from the Monday-Tuesday system will be the cold temperatures. An arctic air mass will make its way into the region, causing highs to struggle to reach the single digits and overnight lows falling well below zero in the later half of next week.