Another clipper will move across the state today. Snow is already developing across the area as the clipper approaches. The snow will continue through the afternoon. Accumulations of 2 to 4 inches can be expected at most locations, with isolated higher amounts possible in areas where heavier bands set up. Also, some lake enhancement could produce higher totals across the primary snow belt. Highs today will be around 20 degrees.
The snow will gradually taper to snow showers tonight. There could be an additional inch or two of accumulation. Lows tonight will fall to the low teens.
Tuesday will start off dry as high pressure briefly builds across the area. But, another clipper will track southeastward through the Great Lakes during the afternoon. Clouds will increase by mid day and snow will develop during the afternoon. Highs will reach the mid 20s.
The snow will continue through the first half of Tuesday night before tapering off. Some lake effect snow showers are possible across the snow belt areas late Tuesday night. Accumulations from this clipper will likely range from 1 to 3 inches with slightly higher amounts possible across the snow belt.
The lake effect snow showers will continue into Wednesday morning, but high pressure will bring drier air back to the area by Wednesday afternoon putting an end to the snow showers. Highs on Wednesday will climb to the upper 20s.
More unsettled weather is likely for the end of the week, but slightly warmer temperatures will make precipitation type an issue Thursday and Friday.