A wave of low pressure passed by to the south of the area overnight. That features has now moved to our east. Precipitation over the area has tapered off temporarily. Another wave of low pressure will move northeastward from the southern Plains and track south of the area this afternoon and this evening. Snow will spread back across the area later this morning and continue through the afternoon. The snow could be heavy at times. While most locations will see all snow today, a few spots across the south could see some sleet or rain mix with the snow from time to time through early this afternoon. Highs today will be in the low to mid 30s. Winds N 5-10 mph.
Snow will continue through this evening, then taper off from west to east late tonight as the disturbance moves away from the area. Lows tonight will fall to around 20 degrees. Winds N 5-10 mph.
On Saturday, it will be partly cloudy with a chance of a snow shower. Highs will reach the mid 20s. Winds NW 5-10 mph.
Saturday night will be partly cloudy with lows ranging from the upper single digits to the mid teens.
On Sunday, another system will move toward the eastern Great Lakes from the southwest. Clouds will quickly increase with snow developing during the afternoon. Highs will be around 30.
Looking ahead: A storm system will move northeastward across the area Sunday night and Monday. Snow will change to a wintry mix of sleet and freezing rain Sunday night, before changing to rain and ending Monday morning. Temperatures will climb to the upper 30s on Monday.
An arctic cold front will move across the area Monday night with much colder air spreading across the area Tuesday and Wednesday. Lake effect snows will develop Tuesday and persist through Wednesday across the snow belt. Elsewhere, it will be partly cloudy with a chance of a few snow showers both days. High temperatures both days will be in the upper teens to low 20s with lows in the single digits to low teens.