No changes seen in weekend outlook with snow potential Friday night-Saturday with strong winds. +6" is on the table for parts of the area, but exact numbers are unclear.
A clipper will likely bring a wave of snow later Tuesday of next week.
Overwhelmingly cold, snowy pattern should follow for the remainder of January. Multiple nights well-below zero are likely.
In the shorter term, temperatures may continue to tank until the clouds arrive this evening. However, they should rise once the clouds move in. After lows 8-20 (with brief patchy freezing fog & frost), then rising to 20-25, highs tomorrow should rise to near 29 to 32.
Some patchy freezing drizzle is possible later tonight & tomorrow with southwest winds 10-20 mph. Some slick areas on roadways are possible with a thin veneer of ice on some surfaces.
Temperatures may continue to slowly rise to 33-35 tomorrow night with the southwest wind with some patchy drizzle/freezing drizzle.
Some areas of light snow & freezing drizzle are possible Wednesday. Any icing/snow Tuesday-Wednesday should be light, but a thin veneer of ice/snow is possible.
Snow & icing is possible Thursday with minor accumulation possible.