Today will feature textbook calm before the storm conditions as high pressure briefly builds into the region. Expect a very cold morning with current temps generally in the single digits above zero with some places in the single digits below zero. Winds are still blustery with some places still gusting over 20 MPH.
Winds will subside throughout the day today as the pressure gradient between Friday’s storm and today’s high pressure relaxes. However, until about noon, winds will be strong enough for some more blowing and drifting so watch out for some slick spots as well as some patchy areas of reduced visibility. These conditions will certainly not be as widespread as yesterday but should be mentioned nonetheless.
Clouds begin to increase this afternoon as our next storm begins to approach from the west. Expect mostly cloudy skies by sundown but any snow/accumulation should hold off until Monday morning. By sunup tomorrow, expect around 2-4″ of snow on the ground. I’ll have a full storm update this evening.