After several days of fairly active and interesting weather, we’ll get a day (and only a day) off today. Skies will be party sunny, temps will be very cold, and winds will keep blowing the snow around but for the first time since Monday and the last time until Tuesday, we won’t be adding to our snowpack. Look for highs in the low single digits above zero north and in the high single digits to low 10s in the south. Winds will be zooming out of the NW towards our developing storm at 30mph this afternoon so the wind chill will make things feel even colder. The winds will also blow around our new fluffy snow resulting in more slick spots and occasional low visibility.
Our next little storm will arrive late tonight into tomorrow and our next potentially big storm will roll in Sunday night.