High pressure will briefly build across the area today providing most locations with some sunshine. A few scattered snow flurries will linger into the afternoon, but they will have very little impact.
Skies will start off clear tonight, then clouds will increase late tonight as a storm system approaches from the west.
The storm system will move into the Ohio Valley Tuesday, then to the Mid Atlantic states on Wednesday, passing by to our south. Clouds will thicken up on Tuesday and some light snow is possible late in the day.
The best chance of snow will come Tuesday night as the system passes by. The heaviest snow is expected to fall south of I-80 where accumulations in excess of 4 inches will be possible. Lighter amounts are expected further north.
The snow will exit Wednesday morning as the system departs to the southeast. Some snow showers or flurries could linger across the area into the afternoon.
High pressure will build back across the region on Thursday and Friday bringing a return to fair, dry weather along with moderating temperatures.