Snowfall totals yesterday-last night vary from 0.3-2" from the reports received.
Some flurries & a few snow showers continue in the area now & will continue through the afternoon.
A few will linger even into tonight.
Some local light dustings/coatings are possible. A few slick spots are possible.
Note the heavier snow south of our area tonight with a narrow corridor of 1-3" possible.
Highs today will run 30-34, followed by lows of 25-28 tonight.
Snow showers are likely later Tuesday afternoon-evening & into the night. A few flakes may linger to early Wednesday morning.
1" of snow or less is expected. Watch for slick spots/areas on roads Tuesday evening-night to early Wednesday.
Highs Tuesday will run 30-34, followed by lows of 25-28 Tuesday night.
Wednesday afternoon looks breezy & warmer with southwest winds 15-30 mph & highs 34-40.
Temperatures will level off at 31-36, then rise to 35-41 Wednesday night.
Cold front passes through Thursday. Exact timing of front will determine how warm it gets, but continue to go with 38-46.
Southwest to northwest winds may gust to 30 mph.
Latest model analysis keeps any rain southwest of our area & snow northeast of our area.
I'd like to keep 25% coverage of showers in the forecast for that day as the cold front passes, however.
As for Friday, I wanted to keep a few flurries & snow showers in the forecast for shortwave pivoting southeastward from Minnesota.
Highs will run 29-34.
Saturday looks dry with sunshine with highs 29-33.
Snow is likely later Sunday, followed by icy mix Sunday night-Monday before ending as snow.
Travel impacts are possible Sunday-Monday.
Highs will run 29-33 with temperatures 30-33 Sunday night & 32-35 then falling to 25-29 Monday.