Tuesday started off cloudy, but now snow is beginning to fall across the area. Heavy snow and strong winds are expected heading into the overnight, with snow accumulations between 3-6 inches in our western counties to as high as a foot inches in our central and eastern counties. Lows will hover around the mid and upper-20s, with northeast winds at 15 to 25 miles per hour.
Wednesday, the blustery conditions hang around, but the widespread heavy snow should be heading out. Highs will top off in the upper-20s and lower-30s, while winds north winds blow at 15 to 25 miles per hour.
Tomorrow night, scattered light snow lingers as cooler air returns. Low temps will drop between the low to mid teens, while winds shift out of the northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. Another slight chance of snow will arrive on Thursday, as a more seasonable air mass settles in.