The storm responsible for 6-10 inches of snow will be tracking off to the northeast tonight. Northwesterly winds will dry us out but also result in some blowing and drifting of the snow. A weak ridge of high pressure is going to move in and promises to bring us a sunny start to Saturday. Clouds will move in during the afternoon as another storm moves our way from the west. Temperatures should top out in the mid-30s.
The storm is expected to track by to our north on Sunday dragging a cold front through our region. Outside of a few snow showers in the mountains there probably won’t be any precipitation with front. We’ll salvage one more relatively mild day with temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. Then get ready for a much colder day Monday with temperatures in the 20s. A storm is going to track by to our south and may clip us with some light snow Monday evening. Another storm will be headed our way for Tuesday and this one stands a better chance of bringing some light snow. Yet another storm is in the cards for Thursday. It appears that winter has received a second wind. Please excuse the pun.