High pressure moving in will bring clearing skies, relaxing winds and cold air to the region overnight.

 

After starting the day in the single digits and teens, temperatures will only rebound into the low/mid 20s Thursday afternoon despite a lot of sun.

The first of 2 storms will move in Thursday night with patchy light snow. Light snow will taper by midday Friday for most after dropping a coating to 2" region-wide. 

Friday night through much of Saturday will be dry before storm #2 tracks in Saturday evening.

There is still a lot of uncertainty given how far out we are, but snow looks to begin late Saturday evening and continue through much of Sunday. Freezing rain and sleet could mix in around parts of the area Sunday, but specifics on that are unclear at this time.

Either way travel will be highly impacted by this storm Saturday night through Sunday night not only locally, but statewide and for much of the northeast.

Stay tuned for updates!