Tonight will be cloudy and quiet region-wide with lows in the 10s/20s.

Winds will increase ahead of a cold front tomorrow which will bring a few flurries and snow showers during the afternoon. This will usher in a colder airmass for Thursday with highs only in the mid/upper 20s.

A fast moving system will bring light snow to the region Thursday night into the first half of Friday. While most areas will only see 1-3", this will likely slow down the Friday morning commute.

After a dry day Saturday all eyes will be on a large, powerful winter storm Saturday night into Sunday. Given how far away this is from impacting us, specifics on track, precipitation type and snowfall amounts are uncertain at this time. With that being said it's possible this has a major impact on our area to end the weekend.