Good morning! A couple of Arctic fronts come in for the next two days. They will produce brief scattered snow showers or squalls each afternoon that will reduce visibility and drop a quick half inch to an inch of snow. It will make roads slippery in a very short amount of time. It will be like summer downpours, but with snow instead of rain.
Ahead and behind the fronts should be some sunshine. However, each front will bring colder and colder air into the region.
Friday will be the coldest, but brightest day.
Below normal temperatures will stick around into next week, with a mostly cloudy and mostly dry weekend.
A low-confidence forecast for a storm Monday. Check back as we get closer. Have a great day!